I wish the version naming was done "better" to make it easier for those who don't understand how the version naming for his plug-ins work. Most people see version 2.9 and 1.76 and just go with 2.9 thinking the other is outdated. How it works is that they're two separate lines. Version 1.x is for older cards, and version 2.x is for newer (at the time) cards. Switch to the version 1.x plug-in. The 2.x versions really need a DirectX9 GPU to work well (the GeForce 4 can use it, but only at lower settings). The GeForce 4 MX is not a real GeForce 4 (that's the GeForce 4 Ti). It's really a GeForce 2 on steroids. It's too slow to use the OpenGL 2.x versions.MS Windows XP Pro Service Pack 1 (2600)
AMD Athlon(tm) XP 1800+ ( 1 CPU, 1497 MHz)
Memory is 1279
NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 4000
Video memory is 64
And I have a sound card installed, of course.
Pete's OpenGL2 Driver 2.9 is the video plug in I used.
ePSXe SPU core 1.7.0. is the audio plug in.
Does that help?