I'm trying to run an old CAD software program on a windows 2000 machine. There is a problem of garbled text (aka hieroglyphics) while the program is in the drawing mode caused by EGA modes not being supported on newer VGA cards. The manufacturer has provided a fix for Windows 95 and 98 and it has worked on every machine I've tried after locating the files and making the appropriate path changes. CONFIG.SYS add the line: device=c:\dos\display.sys con=(ega,437,1) AUTOEXEC.BAT add the lines: mode con cp prep=((437)c:\dos\ega.cpi) mode con cp select=437 Since I don't understand exactly what the above lines do, I'm unable to put the fix in Windows 2000 or XP. When I search for DISPLAY.SYS in windows 2000 I can't find it, but I did find EGA.CPI. There is a mention of using SETVER.EXE to log an old version of DISPLAY.SYS in the instructions. Is there a way to set up these changes in Windows 2000? And as a bonus be able to implement them in Windows XP?