I tried opengl, direct3d, and software direct3d, and they all had the same issue. I tried speedhacks, too, and it still ran slow. I haven't tried any other versions of PCSX2, though.
I can blame you for being rude because you are being rude, plain and simple. Just relax. You can ask someone for more information without being so rude. Even if a lot of the users on here are being vague, there's no reason to be rude for someone who might be unaware of that and take your anger out on them.
No, sorry, sir, but continuing to be rude on purpose is the true waste of time, especially seeing as I actually answered all of your questions. You're the arrogant one. I 100% guarantee that I know more about this stuff than you. Maybe you won't help me because you can't help me. Oh, well.Well since you still won't give specs, maybe good isn't enough, if you told me I can tell you that. But no I will continue to be rude because you want to waste time. Waste time and try to fix it yourself then, why ask for help and give no real info.
You are the reason why calls for tech support for phones are a script and over 30 minutes before dealing with problem.... Ok here I am being super nice...
Hi, I hope your day is good. Have you restarted the computer? Did that fix the issue? No, ok update Windows, run Windows update multiple times until it says no more updates. Update drivers as well.... I can go on or give info and we can skip useless suggestions, like switching from open glenfield, direct 3d and software, give real solutions.
Maybe you are avoiding info like your specs as you may believe it should be good enough and not the issue, maybe you are withheld the info as it could be not good enough... Me saying this is more rude, I get much more rude too.
Anyways goodbye and say goodbye to years of experience with getting PCSX2 to work and to optimise for weaker hardware.