View Full Version : Video Issue on Windows XP
09-04-2011, 01:29 AM
I just installed the free version of Red Alert on my computer. It's a simple E-Machine, store-bought, with Windows XP Home and an Intel Graphics card. The game installed fine, and runs perfectly smooth, cinematics and all. However, the video seems to be too large for the monitor. It extends beyond the right side of my screen, as well as the bottom, while the top and left are aligned along their edges properly. It is only a few inches of disturbance on both right and bottom, but enough to cut into menus and such and be annoying. Anyone have any ideas how to fix it? This is the only program I've ever had this problem on. Thanks in advance!
09-04-2011, 08:57 PM
Free bump...to keep this a hot topic so one of the super-smarts can help you out...I'm not smart enough to help you out!
11-07-2011, 07:42 AM
This forum only has 6 topics... bumping is rather useless.
Odd issue though. Are you playing on 640x400 or 640x480 mode? You can adjust that in rasetup.exe.
02-09-2012, 03:33 AM
I know this is probably to WRONG place to ask this but....I'm trying to run Command & Conquer Red Alert Windows 95 version, on Windows XP I HAVE it installed and such I keep getting the error "SMapls_IP_EBP_12" which I have been told is a missing function. I was also told it can be fixed with a game patch. Can I please get it? Or can someone direct me to WHERE I can get it please.
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