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Old 03-02-2008, 02:50 PM   #1
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Playing with Mupen64 without GLX installed and PIII intel ?

I have a very old pc 1000MHz and I am not able to install glx.
I would like to play mupen64 with it, since I can gngeo.

Would have a person an idea ab. what to do ?
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Well, what is most important here is your graphics card, please post which one you have. You should know beforehand, that without opengl support and a P III there isn't much chance of it working without major lag.


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