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    Neverwinter Online with wine 64-bit 1.6-rc4

    On my system, compiling WINE for 32-bit only, I get a bit more fps stability (and less kb and mouse lag) if I set to emulate a virtual desktop at the same size as my full screen resolution.

    Thanks for the raw input support tip.

    To speed up the 2nd loading screen (and not running the risk of your login timing out), use regedit to add the PCI device and vendor ID to your WINE registry. Seems NW wants to autodetect the GPU and has a hard time.

    Good thing you have an i7. My Athlon64 X2 runs out of head room - way too much overhead compared to Win7. I suspect a lot of CPU software rendering.
    Posted 07-05-2013 at 06:24 PM by kingbeowulf kingbeowulf is offline
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    hplip error: Unable to communicate with device (code=12)

    In this instance I had manually set the IP address of the printer, then afterwards turned off the SNMP service. If you need help setting up the IP this may help:
    Posted 01-16-2013 at 04:53 PM by vik vik is offline
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    hplip error: Unable to communicate with device (code=12)

    How do you determine the printer address idf hplip is unable to communicate with it.
    Posted 01-07-2013 at 01:17 AM by bayvista bayvista is offline


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