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I used Easeus and it was excellent. Free too.
I discovered that one of the Function keys allow you to turn off the backlight. What is the point of that exactly?November 28, 2008 at 7:41 am in reply to: Football Manager games will run after install – not sure about 2009 #171666
Also, go here to get the FM07 to update with the 2009 players and teams:
Found the solution.
Right click desktop and click “Graphics Properties” and then select the “Display Settings” tab. Change the resolution to 800×600 then aspect ratio and change it to Maintain Aspect Ratio.
Then run your game. Black borders either side!
Anyone found a case that will store the charger and maybe a mouse?
How do you do that?
A resolution app would be good as the games I’ve used that don’t support the 1024×600 end up getting stretched so some of the quality is lost.
Yeah I’m not sure its a fault. Its more of an idle “tap” than a “click”. I’ve heard a clicking noise can be the sign of a hard drive about to die.November 24, 2008 at 3:28 pm in reply to: Games that will support widescreen (and should play on the NC10) #171058
Installed and working great on my NC10:
Red Alert 2 + Yuri’s revenge
Fallout 2 (using high resolution patch)
Commandos 2 (this game is perfect for the NC10)
Age of Empires 2
Age of Mythology
Football manager 2007 (there’s and option you can add to the EXE to play in 1024×600)
Might put Trackmania Sunrise on it later
Anyone know how long you would get out of the battery if playing a game? I’m guessing around 4 hours.