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  1. Nah, you missed the important part of my 2nd paragraph. I would suggest a good night's sleep and reading again in the morning. Cheers
  2. I'm talking about emulating 32-bits and 64-bits games on my PC (PS1, Saturn & N64). These systems natively outputted in 240p and 480i.
  3. Back in the old days, I use to output my PC to my CRT to play emulated games via composites and S-Video which were built-in my graphics card. Fast forward today, I've recently purchased a 20" CRT with component inputs to plug my MiSTer FPGA for my 8-bits and 16-bits games and it works great. I then try outputting from my PC to this TV using HDMI to components using a converter box for 32-bits and 64-bits games, but it didn't work. Windows 10's minimum output to that TV was 800×600, so the TV went nuts when displaying the picture. Any solutions for this situation?
  4. No kidding, if people want to upgrade from 2080 to 3080 and need to cash, they won't be able to sell their 2080 for much.
  5. So the 3070 is going to be more powerful than the 2080 by a significant margin from what I'm seeing?
  6. I'm curious to know how this works because this will be the first time as a PC gamer that I'll see this happening.
  7. That one is very badly rated on the Play store, so I think I'll skip over it. Thanks anyway.
  8. Internally. I built a new PC last month and I just want to monitor it's stats while I'm playing Full Screen.
  9. Anyone knows of a good, safe and possibly free software that will allow me to view my computer's stats (utilization and temperature) from my Android Phone?
  10. Hi there, If I register Windows on a VM using VMWare player and that VM goes bad one day, can I remake a new VM and register it with the same product code or MS think it's a new machine? Cheers
  11. OK, I figured out the issue, well sort of. After installing Windows 10 32-bit on a Virtual Machine, I found out that this screensaver is a 16-bit program, so Installing NTVDM made the thing run without any fuss. Now of course, this doesn't solve my real problem that this won't run on a 64-bit OS. I found a program that allows you to run 16-bit applications on a 64-bit OS called winevdm (https://github.com/otya128/winevdm). The issue I'm facing is that when right clicking this screensaver, you have the option to configure somethings like speed and play a midi file. Renaming that .SCR file to a .EXE will make so that it opens the configuration instead of starting the screensaver. In short, when I try (from a command line) to run the .SCR file using winevdm, it launches the configuration, not the screensaver itself. Anyway around this? Cheers EDIT: Never mind, found a solution.Not exactly for my screensaver, but it worked just as well: https://forums.sonicretro.org/index.php?threads/sonic-the-screensaver-win10-x64-install-instructions.38973/
  12. Hmm, that's quite a pickle. Oh well, guess I'll hit Fiverr and see what I can find.
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