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New SOAB....
After resetting the video driver back to the default, I can now boot all the way. However, any attempt to reload Snap for OS/2 3.1.1 results in the inability to completely boot the system as before.

Well, I've got my 1280 by 1024 display resolution back, and at 65,536 colors, but scrolling with the wheel mouse is a bit stuttered.

I can live with it for now. Probably should file a bug report with SciTech.
New Woot! Glad you figured it out.
New We have a Winnahh!!!
Found the issue. Had to turn off the VIRTUALADDRESSLIMIT line in config.sys per [link|http://www.scitechsoft.com/support/faq/fom-serve/cache/33.html|this ] FAQ item.

Everything's back to normal, including my DOS sessions, which I had noticed had stopped working a few weeks ago.

     And now, from the "No Good Deed Goes Unpunished"... - (n3jja) - (15)
         You need a kernel update - (jake123) - (9)
             Thought so. - (n3jja) - (8)
                 Found newer kernel. Didn't help. - (n3jja) - (7)
                     dont know squat about OS2 but video cmos settings? - (boxley) - (3)
                         Good point. It might be a "video aperture" issue. - (Another Scott) - (1)
                             Not likely. - (n3jja)
                         Been at this many years. - (n3jja)
                     Did you try the boot time option . . . - (Andrew Grygus) - (2)
                         That's next. Was saving it as a last resort. - (n3jja)
                         thats what I was thinking of, vga mode for recalterant video -NT - (boxley)
         Have you seen this thread? - (Another Scott) - (1)
             Interesting thread, but I don't think it applies to me. - (n3jja)
         SOAB.... - (n3jja) - (2)
             Woot! Glad you figured it out. -NT - (Another Scott)
             We have a Winnahh!!! - (n3jja)

It would have been much more tolerable if they used wires and an action figure.
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