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Persona 4 issues
#1
Hi, thanks for any help you can give me...

My Specs:
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
4.00GB RAM
Intel Core i5 2.53GHz
NVIDIA GeForce GT 420

My issue is basically miniscule slowdowns in the sound/music now and then. I think it happens with the voices, too. Is this a common issue someone can resolve, or is more info required? I don't know what else to include exactly. I'm using default sound settings.
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#2
If only the sound is bothering you then you can try the "Async" synchronizing mode in SPU2-X, should work fine for that game.
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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#3
Thanks for the info, that absolutely fixed the sound...

Unfortunately, I encountered something that was a lot less tolerable... There's a section early on in the game, and from what I hear there are similar sections later, which has fog/rain effects. During those times my FPS goes from 50 to 15. Trying to walk around is unbearably laggy. I'm attempting this on a laptop, by the way. From what I've read there's not a lot I can do except get a better computer. Still, if you have any tips I can try, I would greatly appreciate them. Thanks again.

I'm using:
GSdx 4600 (MSVC 15.00, SSSE3) 0.1.16
Renderer: Direct 3D10 (Software)

I *think* I was using Direct 3D9 (Software) before, but there was some bad clipping on character models until I switched to 3D10. Trying to use 3D10 Hardware just gives me a black screen while the sound plays in the background.
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#4
Actually my latest problem seems to have been solved here:
http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Persona-4...own?page=2

Unfortunately if I try to use Direct 3D10 (Hardware) and then boot it up, my entire screen goes black for a second, and then a notification says that my graphic accelerator drivers stopped responding and then successfully recovered. The window for the game at this point is just black, though the sound is playing.
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#5
Try with Direct3D9 (Hardware).

For your D3D10 problem try updating your video card drivers and also updating your DirectX:
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?prd=1123...lcid=0x409
Core i5 3570k -- Geforce GTX 670  --  Windows 7 x64
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