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If your system is running DOS, you can use the "vga" and "video" utilities of the AdvanceCAB package to set the graphics card in an acceptable mode while the system is booting. With some graphics adapters eg. Matroxa similar effect can be achieved under Linux by configuring the video mode of the kernel framebuffer. The tearing effect is a defect of the animation Advance 512 MB by a wrong synchronization with the game refresh rate and the video mode refresh rate.
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