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Old 13-03-2005, 02:49 PM   #1


I was trying to run sim city 2000, but it was not recognizing my graphics card. I went through the install file to configure my graphics card but most of the ones i tried on the list were not working.

Here is the output:
DOS/4GW Professional Protected Mode Run-time Version 1.95
Copyright Rational Systems, Inc. 1990-1993
The video card you have selected is not found
Please re-install, and verify
that your video card is supported

I am using Win2k with a Matrox P650 graphics card.

Also, the installation file only detects 2mb of ram when I actually have 512mb. I don't know if thats an ignorable error or not...

Anybody have any similar issues with sc2000 or some other program?

Thanks for the help!

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Old 13-03-2005, 05:05 PM   #2
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It's the first time I ever hear about someone having that kind of error with SC2000. What kind of graphic card can you choose? Can you choose VGA or SVGA?
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