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The game almost runs fine, but the text and some objects in the game are in 'black boxes' I tried every configuration, but it's not working. Here's what I'm using:

System Specs:
Duron 650mhz with 128mb ram, 32x CDROM, 8x/4x/32x CDRW

Using Null2's Softwar Audio SPU for sound
Using no cdrom plugins (burnt my cd as a ISO onto HD to run faster)
Using Petes D3D GPU 1.48

Settings on D3D GPU 1.48:
Resolution: 800x600 fullscreen
Texture Quality: R5 G5 B5 A1
Filtering: Standard w/o sprites
Caching Type: Dynamic
Use FPS Limit: Enabled
FPS Limit: 65
Off-Screen Drawing: Standard
Advanced Blending: Hardware
Alpha Multipass: Enabled
Mask Bit Detection: Enabled
Framebuffer Textures: Gfx card better
Color Dithering: Enabled
Full Vram primatives: Disabled.
 

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Thanks, that worked, but now I have another problem:

All the time when I fight in battles and I use a skill or a spell, their sounds are garbbled out, and it's super slow. Below is my comfig and system specs again. I've tried what I know, and nothing is fixing it. I tried with a ISO copy of my game as well with the CD and both do the same thing with this config:

Using same config above.
 

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You may be somewhat surprised at this, but you may want to try psemu pro...I finished BOF3 on it and experienced almost 0 problems.
 

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You may want to try getting your hands on some old plugins...hold on, I think I have some you can try (I still have an old, unupdated copy of psemu with all the old, compatible plugins). Hope it helps!
 

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Umm...where's the file I posted?!:confused:
 

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Tell ya what...if you want them, I'll e-mail them to you
 

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Not sure if this is off base, but I tended to have some problems w/ Nulls driver. Have you tried the built
in driver. Coincidentally, I believe Nulls driver is supposed use less resources than the built in one, so if
this doesn't cure anything you probably would want to switch back.

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