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Solitare
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Brazil


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Posted - 28/04/2008 :  01:34:07  Show Profile  Visit Solitare's Homepage  Click to see Solitare's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
Hi there!!!!
Here I'm again!
I'm actualy using my onboard vga, cause of it's directx 9.0 capabilities....
But, every game I try to play acuses the same error that my sweet little voodoo4 4500... THE F@!# TnL!!!!!!
Well... My voodoo card, as everybody here knows have just 32mb... so... the game Just Cause needs 64mb...
So... thinking of my voodoo megabyte limitation, and considering that my Intel Extreme don't have any TnL like the voodoos, I'm posting this topic to say that I had success running Just Cause on my Intel card just marking the "emulate Tnl" on 3d-analyze!!!
So, I hope that everyone here that has a voodoo5 with at least 64mb, should try to run it!!! It's a huge game, and really great too!!!

ps: When u try to run the game without the 3d analise, maybe it will say that your card doesn't support Pixel Shader 1.1 and Vertex Shader 1.1... But don't worry, you don't even need to use the "emulate Pixel Shader caps" or anything like it on the 3D analyse... Apply just the Tnl Emulation and it might work!!!!!
C ya!! ;)


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Pentium Dual Core e6500 (2.93ghz)
4gb RAM DDR2 800mhz Dual Channel
250gb HD Samsung Sata 2 7200
3Dfx Voodoo4 4500 PCI 32mb
Geforce gt440 1gb ddr5
Motherboard Gigabyte GA-G41M-ES2L

Edited by - Solitare on 28/04/2008 02:02:01

Solitare
Novice

Brazil


10 Posts

Posted - 28/04/2008 :  02:04:10  Show Profile  Visit Solitare's Homepage  Click to see Solitare's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
Ok, myself as a Voodoo owner, never expect to get such water, blur, and skin efects... but, I do expect the voodoo with 64mb runs it at least like the playstation2 version of this game, that it a little uglier but still fun!!
C ya!!

Pentium Dual Core e6500 (2.93ghz)
4gb RAM DDR2 800mhz Dual Channel
250gb HD Samsung Sata 2 7200
3Dfx Voodoo4 4500 PCI 32mb
Geforce gt440 1gb ddr5
Motherboard Gigabyte GA-G41M-ES2L
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m14radu
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Romania
444 Posts

Posted - 28/04/2008 :  08:50:48  Show Profile  Visit m14radu's Homepage  Send m14radu a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Graphics look impresive, what about the fps ?
It's the game playble ?`

Water Reflexion are very nice ...

Please post the driver you have used and game resolution !

Follow your dreams !

Edited by - m14radu on 28/04/2008 08:53:04
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Solitare
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Brazil


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Posted - 28/04/2008 :  17:59:14  Show Profile  Visit Solitare's Homepage  Click to see Solitare's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
Hi m14radu
As I said, I played this game with my Onboard Card... (Intel extreme 224mb)...
It was running on 1024x768 32bit and all details on high...
I was unable to play it on my voodoo card because it's a voodoo4 32mb... and the game needs at least 64mb, so I don't even tryed...
The game was completely playable, I don't know how to activate the fps counter on this game, but I can tell you that on my intel card, it runs smooth...
I'm curious to know if with a voodoo with 64mb, the game will work, maybe like the playstation 2 version in terms of quality, but it still fun!!!



Pentium Dual Core e6500 (2.93ghz)
4gb RAM DDR2 800mhz Dual Channel
250gb HD Samsung Sata 2 7200
3Dfx Voodoo4 4500 PCI 32mb
Geforce gt440 1gb ddr5
Motherboard Gigabyte GA-G41M-ES2L
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