The links and drivers and programs that are being recommended here -is this stuff someone's heard about, or stuff someone's used; I.e., there's a difference between "I heard about this place", and "I've ran this program and it works"
It turns out I had an updated Univbe program, which I've installed (haven't run the game yet to see how it looks); does anyone want me to upload it here somewhere? Is it something anyone else can use?
Nowadays most of the video hardware doesn't need univbe anymore, unless you're using some old DOS game [can't recall which one I've read about years ago] which was programmed to use univbe [or similar tool], and crashes without, even locking up the computer.
Another bug I know of is that univbe [last native DOS version] was created before some video controller manufacturers updated their vid BIOSes, and in such cases [the Vogons forum should have some info on this issue] it is needed a fake univbe driver [*.DRV] to load in memory upon every boot from autoexec.bat or config.sys before univbe loads, in order to fool univbe into thinking the video BIOS is compatible with its driver.
2. To my knowledge each univbe driver is created custom [when you 1st run the EXE tool from native DOS] to the specific video controller BIOS in your computer, and will probably not match many other video controllers out there.
Therefore one needs to run univbe.exe on his/her particular computer, in order to create the customized driver that will load in memory from then on.
So if you'd like to post your univbe driver, please specify the exact vendor + model of your video controller, and eventually the video BIOS flash build number, so other users can have an idea what to expect, because your custom driver may not work for others.