Q: Why won't GRX work with my SVGA adapter in any resolution but the
Q: How do I tell GRX which driver to use with my SVGA?
A: In order for GRX to work with your SVGA, you should set the
GRX20DRV environment variable, like this:
set GRX20DRV=et4000 gw 1024 gh 768 nc 256
To set that variable, you need to know the chip-set on your adapter; refer to your SVGA documentation. Currently, GRX supports the following chip-sets:
After you set the
GRX20DRV variable, run
modetest.exe to see
what modes you have available.
If your chip-set is not one of the above, try the
because many adapters support the VESA BIOS extensions. If yours
doesn't, try installing a VESA BIOS emulator, like UNIVBE. The latest
version of UNIVBE and related software is always available from SciTech Web site.
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