Originally Posted by alexh
There is for 15KHz cos that's what I did. No special gfx card just a configured screen mode. The readme for that SOFT-15KHz program above says it can produce 25KHz screen modes.
Yep, looking up the soft 15Khz program, it looks like that should work in Windows...
You'll want to remember to turn on the PC first and let it boot all the way up, and THEN turn on the arcade monitor, so the pre-windows frequencies don't hurt the monitor.
(Same thing with AdvMame in DOS, turn the PC on first.)
I still go back to, if you have AdvMame, why bother with Windows? :-)