Video driver: video memory mapping fails under Windows 2000 Server

Video driver: video memory mapping fails under Windows 2000 Server

Post by Olivie » Sat, 06 Dec 2003 06:22:23

I did noticed that I can map less video memory when using
Windows 2000 Server than when using Windows 2000 Pro.
Does anybody know any work-around for this issue ?
Any help would be greatly appreciated !

1. Video corruption/video buffer overrun/lack of video memory

2. Game cannot use video memory: "32 Mb Video Memory required"

I'm trying to run Hasbro's Diplomacy under Wine but get booted after
the introductory video and told that "This game needs 32 Mb of video
memory". The terminal displays:

fixme:mixer:ALSA_MixerInit No master control found on ATI IXP Modem,
disabling mixer
fixme:win:EnumDisplayDevicesW ((null),0,0x34f374,0x00000000), stub!
fixme:ddraw:IDirectDrawImpl_SetCooperativeLevel (0x158fa58)->((nil),

as the game crashes. Does this sound like a Wine issue or a Linux
issue? I have no trouble running the game under Windows where the
128Mb 'shared' video RAM appear sufficient. It has to be said that my
graphics card is a rather poor ATI RADEON 200M XPRESS, using the
equally rather poor FGLRX driver by ATI.

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