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Control Windows Double Buffering Support

Posted On 2007-06-20 by FortyPoundHead
Keywords: Control Windows Double Buffering Support
Tags:  Windows 9x
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Windows 98 includes double buffering support, some systems may have an incompatibility between the computer's BIOS and the Dblbuff.sys file.

A setting of 1 is a conditional setting that enables double-buffering for controllers that need it (for example, SCSI controllers). A setting of 2 is an unconditional setting that enables double-buffering regardless of whether the controller needs it or not.

Note: that some computers, especially those that use a SCSI hard disk, may require double buffering to work properly.


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