Menu Problems with Leading Edge D2 in 43-Line Mode (28428)
The information in this article applies to:
• Microsoft Mouse driver for MS-DOS 8.x
• Microsoft Mouse driver for MS-DOS 6.x
• Microsoft Mouse driver for MS-DOS 7.x
This article was previously published under Q28428
The characters on the screen get garbled if you load a mouse menu in 43-
line text mode using a Leading Edge D2 with monochrome display. The
characters are readable, but the top two or three lines of pixels
composing the characters are repeated beneath the characters (similar to
a vertical ghost effect). This information applies to Microsoft Mouse
Menus for MS-DOS systems.
Resetting the EGA into the 43-line mode corrects the problem
temporarily. Run EGA.EXE with the argument EGA, or set switch 5 on the
display adapter to the open position to disable the auto-mode selection
feature (this process produces the same effect as the EGA EGA command).
The Leading Edge product included here is manufactured by a vendor
independent of Microsoft; we make no warranty, implied or otherwise,
regarding this product's performance or reliability.
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