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    MS-DOS Sscreen going blank

    The problem with my system is with the MS-DOS,,, when I go there, the dos prompts open in a window and then when I expand it ( by clicking the four arrows). The Dos prompt open and everything works fine till I have o exit the Dos prompt.
    When I have to return to windows I give the exit command then every thing goes balnk and then I have to reboot the system.
    Even when I have to return to windows by Alt+Tab then every thing goes balnk and then I have to reboot the system.
    If I use the Dos in the window then everything works fine.

    Please, help me out.

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    What OS?
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    I have come across this before, but some time ago and I cannot quite remember what the answer was. Would you try a little experiment:

    Before you come out of DOS can you shrink the box back to smaller than the window that it opens in? See if that makes a difference.

    I seem to think that I had the problem with SETI or Folding @ Home, but I could be wrong?

    Cheers

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    the OS is win98 second edition
    U get What U pay for.

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    You're probably running short on RAM or something with memory management is wrong... I also have the same problem when I run a game that has high FPS or something a little more complex like Lightwave..
    [pong][shadow]Why won\'t anyone give me greenies???[/shadow] [/pong]

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