DOS GRAPHICS SCREEN TO SWITCH BETWEEN DOS-WINDOW & FULL-SCREEN DOS

DOS GRAPHICS SCREEN TO SWITCH BETWEEN DOS-WINDOW & FULL-SCREEN DOS

Post by Q0ggQ0hPT0 » Mon, 16 Feb 2004 14:11:05


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I have a DOS graphics mode program running in Windows XP. I need it to be able to switch back and forth between a DOS-window and full-screen DOS repeatedly by pressing both the ALT and ENTER keys

What I always get is full-screen DOS and when I hit ALT+ENTER it does not go to DOS-window, instead it exit the dos program down to the window desk top taskbar at the bottom
Is there any solution to switch between DOS-window and full-screen DOS using the ALT+ENTER keys in XP?
It works with Win98 but not XP

Thank you
 
 
 

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