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    Okay, I've found a site that says I can modify the bios on matrox cards to have it always output the same frequency, such as 15khz, instead of using powerstrip to change it after windows boots. Has anyone tried this yet?
    http://grafi.ii.pw.edu.pl/gbm/matrox/
    http://grafi.ii.pw.edu.pl/gbm/matrox/mxprog.html
    It says you can set it to csync, sync on green, etc, using a dos based bios editor.
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    I have a Matrox Millennium 2 PCI somewhere. I'll try it out after i finish exams (in a couple of weeks).

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      Originally posted by Tidder
      Okay, I've found a site that says I can modify the bios on matrox cards to have it always output the same frequency, such as 15khz, instead of using powerstrip to change it after windows boots. Has anyone tried this yet?
      http://grafi.ii.pw.edu.pl/gbm/matrox/
      http://grafi.ii.pw.edu.pl/gbm/matrox/mxprog.html
      It says you can set it to csync, sync on green, etc, using a dos based bios editor.
      I'll try and track down another page for you. I played around with this same kind of thing in my Mame cabinet. I downloaded a replacement bios that offered more video resolutions for advance mame-a dos based emulation software. Here is the link-I'm not sure if it'll help:
      http://easymamecab.mameworld.net/html/mg400.htm
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