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I am rather new to using Epsxe (actually this will be my first time) I am trying to play a game and it moves horribly slow and the sound will play normal for a half a second and then skip back to catch up with the video

does anyone know what my issue is? I was thinking it could be a graphics plug in, my video card is a GeForce FX 5100 and I am using Pete's open plug in


can anyone help me out with this? the slow skipping speed makes games unplayable
 

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post a screenshot of how you have your plugins configured and post some info on your system's cpu.
 

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I don't know a lot about epsxe, but my guess would be that it's because you're using a software renderer (P.E.Op.S. PSX Direct Draw Soft Renderer), meaning you're using your CPU to draw the picture in stead of your graphics-card (and the CPU is increadibly slow at that kind of work). (correct me if I'm wrong :) )

Try changing you're video-plugin to Pete's OpenGL2.
 

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I don't know a lot about epsxe, but my guess would be that it's because you're using a software renderer (P.E.Op.S. PSX Direct Draw Soft Renderer), meaning you're using your CPU to draw the picture in stead of your graphics-card (and the CPU is increadibly slow at that kind of work). (correct me if I'm wrong :) )

Try changing you're video-plugin to Pete's OpenGL2.
I did this but am now getting an error that says something about wgl extensions


what is this about?
 

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that message means your hardware does not meet the requirements for the OGL2 plugin, use the OGL1, D3d, or software plugin instead.
 
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