> Try running either ddraw or gdl. Edit mame.ini line where it says: "video". It be
> default will show "d3d" or "auto". Change this to either "ddraw" or "gdl" and save
> your file. Alternatively, you can launch the emulator with the command-line switch:
> Example: mame pacman -video ddraw
> One of those two should surely work if d3d does not anymore.
It works! thank you so much!