Originally Posted by victor74
This happens with me too.
(Nvidia Geforce FX 5200 128MB)
In your case there is a solution...infact, as I said before, I usually played Rogue Squadron 3D with a Geforce 4 Ti 4200 (with the latest Forceware drivers) without problems.
You must set "Rogue Squadron.exe" and "Rogue.exe" to "Win98 compatibility mode" (see their properties) and eventually set 75 Hz or 85 Hz mode for each resolution of your monitor (75 if you have an LCD, 85 if you have a CRT), using a program called "Reforce" that you can find here:
(other link: http://www.3dfxzone.it/nvidia/utility.htm
Reforce works well also with ATI video cards, but in this case I still can't play RS3D without crashes to desktop after each mission...HELP!!!