Just download the UltraHLE Voodoo3 Fix.Originally posted by Betamax
Erm its been a while now but if I recall correctly Ultrahle had bugs with the glide2x.dll file that came with the voodoo 3. If you are using Ultrahle then you'll need to d/l the drivers for the Voodoo banshee and copy the glide2x.dll file contained within them to the directory into which you installed the emu.
Ahem the Voodoo3 Fix IS this file. However it overwrites the copy which is located in the windows\system directory hence it can cause problems in other programs. That is why I recommened the above method instead.Originally posted by Zephon
Just download the UltraHLE Voodoo3 Fix.
If you care to read Project 64's docs, you'll see that Voodoo 3's aren't in it's recommended video cards list.. meaning you're likely to find bugs with it.Originally posted by vivrantpig
last one sumone help meee!!! by the way i have the latest drivers and im using voodoo 3. this problem also happened with old drivers soooo new drivers didnt help...
Actually you don't need to d/l anything to disable AGP texturing. This can be done with dxdiag (which comes with directx). To run it simply type dxdiag into the run dialog box.Originally posted by Zephon
Badaro is right. People download a tweak utility called DirectControl and inside the D3D options they disable AGP Texturing or something like that. Most people have a HUGE speed improvement. You should try it.