> So are you implying that it could be a Direct X problem?
> Or a Direct X and VPINMAME problem?
I'm not implying anything since I do not know the details about how this software works. I'm just reporting what worked for me. The thought going around in the VPinMAME message boards is that it's a problem between VP and VPinMAME. The solution is a workaround until the authors have a chance to investigate.
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