Saves the current VGA or composite screen as a BMP file in the current working directory on the current drive. The CGCOLORMAX will save the file as a 16 color (4 bit) file.
If an extension is not specified “.BMP” will be added to the file name.
Note that Windows 7 Paint has trouble displaying monochrome images. This appears to be a bug in Paint as all other software tested (including Windows XP Paint) can display the image without fault.