Thanks @Foxx I had tried that earlier, with my own experimenting around. I tried it again just now for good measure. It doesn't work. The reason it doesn't work is because what I want is for the game window to remember the last window size and position. Fallout 1 does that. Fallout 2 should and would do that, but there is a minor error somewhere. According to one guy, the minor error is that the "win_data" string is not getting read. Also, this method that you provided causes the window to be borderless. I want the window to be bordered. NovaRain, the guy that I mentioned, has complained about this problem in 2014, 2015, and 2016 but he must have complained on the wrong channels (i.e. Fandom), and so the problem has escaped attention. See: http://www.nma-fallout.com/threads/...fficial-expansion.202265/page-63#post-4331668 I found the "win_data" string in f2_res.ini so maybe this file is the culprit and not the ddraw.ini. I skimmed through some text earlier and I think that for the Restoration Project, you don't want to use sfall (ddraw.ini), but I could be wrong. But I really do feel that the Restoration Project is supposed to be reading f2_res.ini and it isn't and that is why the game is not remembering the last window size and position. Sorry, I just got out of the shower so I typed this in a hurry. UPDATE: Okay, I might have made some progress. Before, I had installed a fresh copy of Fallout 2 and Restoration Project 2.3.3 on top of that. It would not remember my window size and position. Then, just now, I installed Sfall 4.17 on top of that and it now remembers my desired window size and position. But now I have no idea if the Restoration Project is still working. It doesn't say Restoration Project on the title screen. How can I confirm that I still have Restoration Project and that it is still working? Please let me know. Thanks.