Is Ultimate Mahjongg 15 compatible with Windows 98
I have Ultimate Mahjongg 15 which I have downloaded along with direct x 9 from the CD. As soon as I click on the settings window it reverts back to my desk top. I am not able to access any of the other windows at the bottom of the screen. I am able to play a game on only one setting and as soon as the game is finished its back to desktop. I have no trouble with Ultimate Solitaie 750 which is also included on the same CD. My programme is Windows 98.
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Dear Ceceboo, It Seems that this Game is required higher graphics resolution and your existing system cannot support that , please read the minimum system requirement ,which is mentioned on Game CD.If your system fulfil these requirement then you can just download the directx and install it on your system but i repeat again ,you must read the system requirement first ,which is mentioned on your game CD.
Q. Ultimate Mahjong refuses the run at all
A. Make sure you have DirectX 9 installed, this is a games library created by Microsoft, and can be
downloaded freely from here. If it still does not work
then you can contact our technical support at email@example.com.
Q. Ultimate Mahjong runs slowly on my computer how can I make it faster?
A. Ultimate Mahjong probably runs slowly because of your graphics card, make sure you have the latest
drivers for it installed and that you have DirectX 9. Trying changing between 2D and 3D modes, and see which
runs the fastest. Finally, many people find that Ultimate Mahjong runs faster in a 16 bit color mode, so try
changing your display settings.
Q. Ultimate Mahjong will not run and keeps telling me I have an incompatible display,
what should I do?
A. You should try changing your display settings, some video cards cannot run Ultimate Mahjong
in certain color modes. Try setting your display properties to a 16 bit color mode, this usually
solves the problem.
Mahjong is probably an XP game. Right click on the game icon. the click on properties. when the window opens, you will see the tab labeled "Compatability". Click on that tab, then check mark the box that says "Run this in compatibility mode", then in the drop down box select Win XP. Click apply then OK. Then play the game, it should work fine. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
It is designed for Windows XP, running DirectX 9. You can try running Backwards Compatibility that Windows Vista provides backwards compatability with win32 operating systems. Only warning is that not all programs run efficiently and there might be bugs because of the different Operating Systems and the OS software was built for.