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Phoenix Bios Editor

Postby RBCC » Fri Nov 06, 2009 6:49 pm

What size of image do I need to have in order to place mine in the middle of the screen? Mine is at the left hand corner of the screen! John :) :D
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Postby Ripshod » Tue Dec 22, 2009 1:34 am

Usually VGA (640x480). Don't quote me on that, a while since I did any low level bios work.
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Postby Karlsweldt » Tue Dec 22, 2009 2:59 pm

By default, any BIOS page work should fill the screen.. regardless of the monitor size or type. The default video standard is 60 Hz, 640x480.. 16 colors.
But any BIOS page would normally have only a 4-color scheme.
Windows 98 was the 'last of the breed' to still have a command-prompt mode available, which could run the older programming in its desired state.
Very few older computer types had a BIOS page setting for specific video needs.. up to 1024x768, 72 Hz or higher. But back then we had nothing "newer" than Windows 3.11.
Likely your monitor is not accepting the video signal as it should. If there is an "auto" button on it, try that feature.
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Re: Phoenix Bios Editor

Postby evasive » Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:15 pm

RBCC wrote:What size of image do I need to have in order to place mine in the middle of the screen? Mine is at the left hand corner of the screen! John :) :D


What size are you using now and what did you use to put it in there in the first place?
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