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From: ao950 AT FreeNet DOT Carleton DOT CA (Paul Derbyshire)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: Allegro and rhide Hang.
Date: 1 Mar 1997 04:54:56 GMT
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Brian Schrock- HiCap Technician (b964752 AT ilttc001 DOT canal DOT il DOT ameritech DOT com) writes:
> Hello,
> 
> I have a 3d blaster and a crix 6x86. When I run rhide my screen will go blank for a second and then either reboot or return to my main screen (win95 desktop). Also all of the 3d examples from the allegro 2.2 lib cause the same thing. Any help would be appreciated, everything works just fine on my laptop so I don't think it is my setup.


Your problem: you have a crix 6x86, not an Intel Pentium(r). Get a box
with a prominently-displayed "Intel Inside" sticker, and try it then. :)

By the way, it is generally polite internet practise to constrain the
stuff you type to 80-character lines. Either that, or your newsreader 
wordwrap doesn't properly work, or your unixy linefeeds-only or Macintoshy
carriage-returns-only stuff isn't properly translated for DOS somewhere in
all the routers and servers and stuff it went through, starting at your
newsreader and ending at my comm software...


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Paul Derbyshire ao950 AT freenet DOT carleton DOT ca, http://chat.carleton.ca/~pderbysh

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