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when I'm in windowed mode they go away

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anyone know how to change the dimensions of my windowed ET... like in the config?

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The malice of inanimate objects. Looks like computer damage. But I won't tell you exactly what might be damaged. Maybe the graphics card, maybe the monitor, maybe the power supply, or the motherboard. 
I'm betting on the graphics card.

 

It seems to me that the drivers won't help here.

 

It may be that under a given resolution it does so. This may already be a sign of wear and tear on the graphics card or some component.

 

No one can tell you exactly what might have happened or how to resolve it.

 

You can check in another game that loads the computer significantly at high resolution. You can also test the GPU with a load program (I recommend OCCT). If it crashes, it means your graphics card is damaged.

 

Commands to change resolution:

/r_mode -1

/r_customwidth 1920

/r_customheight 1080

/vid_restart

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From ET readme:

Minimum System Requirements

* Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP OS (Windows NT 4.0 not recommended for clients)
* 100% Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP compatible system (including all 32bit drivers)
* Intel® Pentium® III 600Mhz processor or AMD equivalent
* 128 MB RAM
* 32 MB 100% fully OpenGL® compliant 3-D video card
* Microsoft® Direct X® 8.1 or higher (not included)
* 271 MB total disk space for game files 
* 500 MB free disk space for swap file
* 100% Microsoft® Windows® compatible keyboard
* 100% Microsoft® Windows® compatible mouse
* 100% Microsoft® Windows® compatible sound card
* For internet play, 100% Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP compatible 56.6k modem or better internet connection. 56.6k modem play is not recommended for games with more than 8 players total; broadband players should be able to handle up to 32 depending on their connection with the server on which they're playing.

The following video cards were fully tested with Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory:

 GeForce 4 Ti 4600
 GeForce 4 MX
 GeForce 3
 GeForce 2 Ultra
 GeForce 2 MX
 GeForce256
 Radeon 8500/64
 Radeon 7200/64
 Radeon 9700 Pro/128
 Xabre 400

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if was me id take that lappy apart clean the shit out of it. just go slow   some those ribbon plugs are a b*** to get back in.i agree with filipe here !!

 

whats the temps when its doing that.how long have u had this laptop.

 

 

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I think I remember helping you with something similar a while ago Neuro. I think helping you with a config was what fixed it in the past. I remember when you did alt+enter you said the pink sparkles went away, is this the same issue?

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