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Direct 3d10 renderer Help!!!
#1
Hi, i am currently running pcsx 0.9.7

And here is, what it's said when i used direct 3d10 renderer
"GS plugin failed to open.Your computer may have insufficient resources, or incompatible hardware/drivers."

here is my laptop specs:
Processor : Intel® Core ™2 CPU T7200 @2.00GHz (2CPUs), ~2.0GHz
Video Card : Mobile Intel ® 945 Express Chipset Family
OS : Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit (6.1, build 7600)
DirectX : DirectX 11

And here is the copy from my console log:

Initializing plugins...
Init GS
Init PAD
Init SPU2
Init CDVD
Init USB
Init FW
Init DEV9
Plugins initialized successfully.

Opening plugins...
Opening GS
Closing plugins...
Closing GS
Plugins closed successfully.
Shutting down plugins...
(pxActionEvent) GS plugin failed to open!(thread:MTGS)(thread:EE Core)
Plugins shutdown successfully.
File is not a PCSX2 plugin
File/Object: E:\pcsx2 097\Plugins\d3dcompiler_36.dll
File is not a PCSX2 plugin
File/Object: E:\pcsx2 097\Plugins\d3dx10_36.dll
Some kinda plugin failure: E:\pcsx2 097\Plugins\d3dcompiler_36.dll
Some kinda plugin failure: E:\pcsx2 097\Plugins\d3dx10_36.dll
[wx] Failed to load shared library 'E:\pcsx2 097\Plugins\SPU2-X.dll' (error 126: the specified module could not be found.)
File is not a valid dynamic library.
File/Object: E:\pcsx2 097\Plugins\SPU2-X.dll
Some kinda plugin failure: E:\pcsx2 097\Plugins\SPU2-X.dll

This problem only occured when I use direct 3d10 renderer, but if i use direct 3d9 renderer it's works very fine.
Can someone help me with this...?
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#2
update your directx ?
CPU : I7 2600K Oc'ed @ 4.2Ghz
Mobo : Intel P67 southbridge
GPU : NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750 Ti
RAM : 6 Go
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#3
Just use the Direct3D9 renderers.
Intel cards have buggy drivers, don't have full DX10 support, are slow etc. To use DX10 you would be better off with an ATI/nVIDIA card and you probably can't change it in your laptop so not an option.
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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#4
(03-08-2011, 03:34 PM)hikash Wrote: DirectX : DirectX 11

(03-08-2011, 05:59 PM)Shadow Lady Wrote: Just use the Direct3D9 renderers.
Intel cards have buggy drivers, don't have full DX10 support, are slow etc. To use DX10 you would be better off with an ATI/nVIDIA card and you probably can't change it in your laptop so not an option.
first he uses dx 11
second yes intel cards ( in basic any built on gpu have the same problem ) dont have full dx10\11 support so an advice to every one that have a built on gpu buy a normal one if it possible
it is just a way to make there motherboard more expensive

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#5
Slow CPU,slow GPU.Why don't you use DX9 ?
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#6
The question's core was already answered but... Is a common misunderstanding in supposing Windows supporting DX10/DX11 is enough, the video card must do it too. Similar questions have been common in this forum although involving specifically DX11 against DX10, which only the later generation of video cards supports, as to say from ATI 5xxx and Nvidia 4xx.
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#7
(03-08-2011, 06:04 PM)abdo123 Wrote: first he uses dx 11

No he doesn't? Tongue2
He does have DirectX 11 in his OS, but his card can't use it... so Tongue2


Quote:it is just a way to make there motherboard more expensive

Just... what tha hell are you talking about? Tongue2
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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#8
so basically i need to upgrade my pc.
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#9
Not at all, but a good external video card would be great.

hmm, reviewing the specs, for PCSX2 and several newer PC games, the whole machine is a tad under expectation.
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