View Full Version : Can someone please help me configure for Zelda?
April 8th, 2003, 12:51
I'm trying to play zelda OOT, but i can't get it to run smoothly. the only thing that works at full speed is the HAL emulation, but then the graphics don't even work right (there's like 2 moons) and when i switch over to RGB, it looks ok, but it runs at like 2 fps. Can someone help me sort this out?
Pentium 3 Processor
ATI Rage IIC AGP
Anything else you need to know here?
April 8th, 2003, 13:02
What emulator do you have?
April 8th, 2003, 13:05
Have you compared these to te minimum specs in the
And have you tried more than one emulator?
April 8th, 2003, 13:12
I saw that you posted in the PJ64 forum too..
so, try one of the faster Emu:s like 1964....
April 8th, 2003, 18:25
I believe it's time to (kick some @$$! sorry!) throw your graphic card into the river and get a super duper powerful graphic card :) Even I suffer a BIT on my 32MB TNT2 M64...
April 8th, 2003, 21:22
I have pretty much every emu known to man, Where would i find Processorspeed ram and vram? and I really don't have the money for a new Video card (although i know i need it). Sorry for my ignorance
April 8th, 2003, 22:18
You don't need so many threads on the same subject. I will close the other two of them, and leave this one active. Please do not create multiple threads on the same subject again.
About your problem, here are some things to check:
1) Make sure you have a good dump of the ROM (you can do it with GoodN64, which you can get here (http://www.smiff.clara.net/utilities/rom/index.htm)). Although I think that the rom is ok, since you can run the game with PJ64 (slowly).
2) Make sure you have the latest drivers for your video card. Check ATI's homepage for the latest drivers.
Could you tell us which sound and input plugins you're using? As a sound plugin, I advise Azimer's Sound plugin 0.30 rev.2.2, since it's the fastest. N-Rage's input plugin is excellent.
As the video plugin, you could try Glide64+eVoodoo. Many users with low-end video cards have good speeds with this plugin.
April 8th, 2003, 22:37
Thanks for the Glide 64 Suggestion, I did update my drivers, and i am actually using the plugins that you suggested. I'm going to try the Glide 64 and see if it works.
April 8th, 2003, 22:38
Also try using another great N64 emulator Nemu64 0.8
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