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SDL/WindowsXP Odd Output Message in VS Debug

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I got a very basic SDL window up and running. Nothing is being displayed just a blank window. It is Tutorial #1 off of Nehe just the SDL one. I have it setup so F1 will switch to fullscreen. When I press it nothing happens but the following is logged into the output window of VS: Set chip to SiS760 CMD_GET_VM_BASE 32. WNDOBJ_SETUP escape not supported CMD_GET_VM_BASE 32. CMD_GET_ENG_IO 32Cmd Queue len = 1M Use Buffer Mode Use Buffer Mode Set chip to SiS760 CMD_GET_VM_BASE 32. WNDOBJ_SETUP escape not supported CMD_GET_VM_BASE 32. Cmd Queue len = 1M Use Buffer Mode Use Buffer Mode Any advice? Thanks, Halsafar [Edited by - Halsafar on January 21, 2006 3:20:32 PM]

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Okay I found another tutorial aside from Nehe at:
http://docs.mandragor.org/files/Common_libs_documentation/SDL/SDL_Documentation_project_en/guidevideoopengl.html

It has a small demo project halfway down showing some SDL/GL uses. I compiled it perfectly and it runs just fine up in fullscreen with a lovely spinning cube.

Okay so I also noticed that its not fullscreen which cause's that output to print, it happens anytime I run any SDL/GL application:

Set chip to SiS760
CMD_GET_VM_BASE 32.
WNDOBJ_SETUP escape not supported
CMD_GET_VM_BASE 32.
CMD_GET_ENG_IO 32Cmd Queue len = 1M
Use Buffer Mode
Use Buffer Mode
Set chip to SiS760
CMD_GET_VM_BASE 32.
WNDOBJ_SETUP escape not supported
CMD_GET_VM_BASE 32.
Cmd Queue len = 1M
Use Buffer Mode
Use Buffer Mode

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that does look really odd. It looks like some weird driver issue to me, the output is certainly not directly related to SDL nor OpenGL.

Isn't SiS some sort of Intel onboard graphics chip? Do you have a multi-monitor setup? Is there any other software running like screen capture software or WindowBlinds or something?

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