Thank you for your attention jd2066.
Where would the ATI graphics driver be found??
I went to Display properties, settings, advanced:
In openGL compatibility settings: Force Z buffer depth - Force 16-bit
Triple buffering - disabled
Just noticed: wait for vertical Sync: Default off
In Direct 3D compatibility settings:
Support DXT texure formats - Disabled
Alternate pixel center - Disabled
And: wait for vertical Sync: Application preference
Catalyst version: 04.1
2D version: 220.127.116.1114
Display driver version: 7.97-031212a-013619C fujitsu-siemens
Memory upgrade modules: Not applicable
At the bottom of the panel: disable quick resolution feature and Reduce DVI frequency on high-resolution displays were disabled. But now DVI frequency on high-resolution displays and alternate DVI optional mode are disabled. This thing just happened when i was typing??
Overlay adjustments at bottom: theater mode set
VPU Recover settings: both Enable VPU Recover and Prepare an error report if VPU recover is activated, for submission to ATI technologies are activated.
In Monitor properties, at the bottom Monitor Attributes: Use DDC information is activated.
All this stuff is probably useless information to you, but i am sure there must be one little thing that needs adjusting, i havnt got a clue.
I noticed being desperate to play a real time strategy game that when i loaded "Legion" Which requires minimum of Windows 95 to XP and a minimum of pentium 233MHz - after loading the beginning of companies and associated company logos, with the video for legion, the screen went blank and when you press ctrl, alt and delete, you see a flicker of the options menubefore windows task manager appears. Funny thing, Loaded "Stronghold Crusader"- with Pentium II, Min windows 98- works perfectly.