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*Muecke, Walter
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AS 2.1: Crash at 1600x1200 Resolution

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12-14-2003 06:47 AM
AutoSketch 2.1 crashes at rotating, stretching and scaling only at
resolutions 1600x1200 and greater.
Is this a problem of the graphic adapter driver or a problem of AutoSketch
2.1? (AutoSketch 5, 6 or 7 is no way to work!)

The graphic adapter is Matrox Millennium G200 AGP 8 MB, newest graphic bios
and driver. Windows 98SE.

Who works with this resolution and with which grahpic adapter?

Walter
*Support, Autodesk
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Re: AS 2.1: Crash at 1600x1200 Resolution

12-14-2003 06:47 AM in reply to: *Muecke, Walter
Walter,

Yes it is a graphics adapter problem, but may not be one that can be solved.
When I read this I was surprised that it worked at all. AS 2.1 is a true 16
bit application and you are using it with a true 32-bit operating system and
video card. The problem you are seeing is in the addressing in memory
locations assigned by AS and the video card (driver). Newer or older drivers
may not help.

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Bill Gilk
PSG Product Support, Americas
WW Support & Services, Autodesk
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Walter Muecke wrote:

> AutoSketch 2.1 crashes at rotating, stretching and scaling only at
> resolutions 1600x1200 and greater.
> Is this a problem of the graphic adapter driver or a problem of AutoSketch
> 2.1? (AutoSketch 5, 6 or 7 is no way to work!)
>
> The graphic adapter is Matrox Millennium G200 AGP 8 MB, newest graphic bios
> and driver. Windows 98SE.
>
> Who works with this resolution and with which grahpic adapter?
>
> Walter

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