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2forza

Refresh Rate Problem

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2forza    0

Sorry, dont know where to post, too much topics to choose heh, :D

This is my problem,

-I installed my ua win xp pro

And I cant change my refreshrate while in windows

I dont know what the problem is, maybe I removed too much components at nLite :whistle:

It says default monitor only.

And theres no other option i can choose

notgoodeh1.jpg

notgoodeh2.jpg

Please help me out,

Thanks

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2forza    0
you need to install drivers for your graphic card...

Thanks for the reply, but I already installed the videocard drivers, and it still doesnt let me to choose 85hz :} .

The screenshot you see, is the only option i can choose.

I also rebuilded my ua cd and

I installed on 3 different computers, and also giving me that same problem. :wacko:

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I deleted the directory:

cmpnents

DOCS

SUPPORT

VALUEADD

I386\WIN9XMIG

I386\WIN9XUPG

I386\WINNTUPG

I386\LANG

I installed:

own Setup Billboard Screens

hotfixes (RVMUPDATE)

The software I use:

nLite

hardware:

Samsung 750s (17inch)

Nvidia gf4mx440 (installed latest driver)

sorry for bad english :D

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Alanoll    0

Rule of thumb, use nLite to remove things AFTER it's working to begin with.

Now, why do I see VMWare windows in the screenshots? Did you try this on the REAL system?

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2forza    0
Rule of thumb, use nLite to remove things AFTER it's working to begin with.

Now, why do I see VMWare windows in the screenshots? Did you try this on the REAL system?

Yup I tried on real machine.

And I didnt removed any compon. @ nLite (the new ua cd)

I used nLite for integrate hotfixes and making ISO.

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2forza    0
Do you have the VGASave on the REAL system too?

Nope, my computer > nvidia gf4mx440

my little brothers computer > ati radeon 9600xt

and my friends gf2mx

all same as the screenshot

:no: good

edit:

founded something on net, dont know if it is usefull

VGASave, has something to do with savemode, but im not Running

under save mode

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