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Jun 9, 2013Well, I went into my main world and noticed something.Posted in: Discussion
The first time I load the world after applying the filter I get no lag and the structure spawner works perfect but as soon as I close the world and re-open it, it lags, it lags bad and I took a look at my RAM and it was steadily climbing up to 1.8gbs and the starting over from 100mbs over and over and over.
Anybody have an idea as to what's going on?
Jun 9, 2013I'm also getting severe lag on servers with it (1.5.2), but in SP it works fine, I hope there is a way to make it work in MP. Would make having huge gates possible without using a plugin.Posted in: Discussion
My main issue is on my servers but I have had my SP game start lagging randomly as well.
May 27, 2013lol Yeah, you're not gonna find one that runs no admin. Best thing you can do is filter out the bad servers and hell tell others about your experience, that way the server owner sees that something is wrong and it's time to get out the hammer of justice.Posted in: PC Servers
Unless the owners a crooked person too then you and everyone else is screwed!
May 21, 2013Posted in: Hardware & Software SupportQuote from danthonywalker
Depends, what are the other specs of the computer? The GPU sucks, it really does, so something tells me that the rest of the computer is not that good at all.
Oh yeah, it's an old one alright.
"Exceptionally Fast and Powerful Computer which will last years. Original Purchase Price of $1399"
That made me laugh so hard, I love they show the original price like it matters.
May 20, 2013Hellsrage posted a message on 128x64 CHROMA HILLS RPG/Cartoon ish**1.14v2 update LIVE + Shader add on pack 09/09/2019!Posted in: Resource PacksQuote from Jakariburu
I'm not sure if it was mentioned before, or if I'm the only one who was bothered by it, but I thought the sand looked a bit too glossy for my taste, so I did some fiddling with Paint.net and ended up with this more dull brownish texture.
I found the sand to be fine. If there were sub-biomes though I would die for some of that red sand, perhaps one day Minecraft will have a feature for it.
Apr 16, 2013I decided to try the shaders mod on Minecraft, I got it working but my FPS has taken a hit. With the shaders on I get 30fps with drops down to mid 20s at certain points, which surprises me. Is this normal? I'm just assuming it's not optimized.Posted in: Java Edition Support
CPU: AMD FX-8350 @4.6ghz
GPU: AMD Radeon 7950 3GB
RAM: 16GB @1600mhz
Minecraft has 6GB allocated (just cause lol) using Optifine 1.5.1 HD U A8 I'm also using the SEUS Chroma Hills shaders.
Nov 28, 2012Okay, I just completely derped out and didn't even check the second spoiler. lolPosted in: Java Edition Support
It listed your PCs specs, from what I can see you're running ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4200 Series unfortunately there are no current drivers for Windows 8 for that series. But a quick google search and I found a work around that may work for you so I'll copy & paste it here.
Ok i'm new here but thought i will try to help.
I just installed Windows 8 Release Preview on my laptop, and as expected I stumbled upon driver incompatibilities.
My laptop (Toshiba Satellite) runs on a ATI Mobility Radeon 4200 series and like everybody else I got a lot of graphic bugs in most of the games I tried running.
The problem of course lies with Microsoft's preinstalled drivers witch do not seem to work as they should.In order to fix this you must install older display drivers witch of course you can't because window's won't let you( the stock ones keep reinstalling automatically). After spinning my head I came up with this few simple steps to overwrite Microsoft's stock drivers.It may seem a little complicated at first but trust me if you follow the step's you are as good as you can be;)
Step 1: Make sure you have the older graphics drivers (the ones that you are sure they work).Unpack them somewhere on your HDD for later use(don't install just unpack, the idea is to have access to the .inf files for your driver)
Step 2: Open Device Manager (Control Panel) & locate your display adapter (you should see some Microsoft's stock drivers installed here)
Step 3: Right click "properties" and go to "events" tab. Here you should see a list of the latest events (which driver installed & when). Search for the file that has the .inf extension ( in my case it was "atiilhag.inf").
Step 4: Go to C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository (this is where Microsoft stores all the default drivers for windows) and search for the file you found earlier (using windows search).Once you found it open the folder that contains the file & copy it to another location (for backup purposes).This file contains information about which driver to install (open it and look around you should see information on the driver version and other stuff we don't need).
Step 5: Go to the folder where you unpacked your older drivers( the ones that work).There you should see alot of files and folders.Here you must search for the location of the .inf files (mine were located in a folder named "Packages", but it may differ from software provider to provider). The goal is to locate the .inf file for your older driver. Once you found it open it, it should be almost the same as the one you found in the driver repository folder earlier( the driver version will differ of course) but probably it will have a different name. Rename this file to match the .inf file from windows and copy it to the folder where where you found Microsoft's .inf file (in the Driver Repository).
Step 6: Go back to device manager and uninstall the current display driver (right click: uninstall). This should switch your screen resolution to a lower one(so you know the driver got uninstalled). After this right click any item in the device manager and click "scan for hardware changes". This will refresh your hardware list and a new item will apear (your graphics card, marked as unknown device. Right click it and select "update driver software" select "browse my computer" and browse to the folder where you unpacked your older graphic's driver (the folder where you found your.inf file). It should now install your older display driver without any problems.
Hope this will help somebody, I tried to be as explicit as I could.
Source link: http://devgurus.amd.com/thread/159472
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