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Toastedska
4th April 2009, 04:23 AM
I have a dell Inspiron 1525 with all stock parts. I have serious framerate issues which confuses me as I've seen this kid at my school who has an old laptop that runs an n64 emulator at a constant 60 fps. I'm not sure if he uses pj64 but I don't see why mine should be so laggy regardless. I haven't changed the default settings so I was wondering if there's something I could do to get the most out of my emulator.

Mdkcheatz
4th April 2009, 04:47 AM
I have a dell Inspiron 1525 with all stock parts. I have serious framerate issues which confuses me as I've seen this kid at my school who has an old laptop that runs an n64 emulator at a constant 60 fps. I'm not sure if he uses pj64 but I don't see why mine should be so laggy regardless. I haven't changed the default settings so I was wondering if there's something I could do to get the most out of my emulator.

Please provide more specs such as what I have in my sig... thx

Toastedska
4th April 2009, 04:35 PM
I have an Inspiron 1525, my OS is Windows Vista Home Premium SP 1.

Processor is a Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU T4200 @ 2.00GHz

Graphics Card is the in The Mobile Intel(R) 965 Express Chipset Family

2 Gigs of RAM. Hope this helps. Can't find specific name of my graphics card but I thinks it's a XMA 3100 or something.

Mdkcheatz
4th April 2009, 09:40 PM
Well I have never tested under Windows Vista but version 1.6 tends to have issues with it. I'm happy to say that version 1.7 beta has been reloving Vista issues for the most part....

Check what version Directx you have installed... my guess would be Directx 10 or 11.... might I suggest you also install Directx 9 which is more compatible with PJ64 1.6 and from my knowledge, installing it should not remove your current version, but rather operate along side it as a dual version...

ablindedworld
10th April 2009, 12:49 AM
Graphics Card is the in The Mobile Intel(R) 965 Express Chipset Family

That is your problem right there, I'm afraid. Stock Intel Express video cards have terrible performance rendering 3d graphics...no amount of RAM or CPU power will change that.