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Discussion in 'Parallels Desktop for Mac' started by c-los, Mar 24, 2007.

  1. c-los

    c-los

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    BUT! 1 thing. when i load up Counter-strike. it boots it in software mode. how can i get OPEN GL to be enabled?
     
  2. c-los

    c-los

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    i also just noticed i have no sound! AH!
     
  3. tacit_one

    tacit_one Kilo Poster

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    Hardware 3d support is not in public build yet. So for now there is no way to get it on your side.
    Stay tuned. :)
     
  4. markintosh13

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    out of curiosity - does it work in software mode?
     
  5. c-los

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    in software mode it runs OK. i'm used to playing openGL, been using it that way for about 5 years. its just weird to me. but if someone didn't play openGL before they wouldn't really feel a difference.


    Tactic_One, how long till parallels supports 3d mode?? is there a beta out right now?
     
  6. tacit_one

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    There is no publically available version with 3d :( Wich doesn't mean we don't have it internally. ;) But unfortunately I can't talk about timings here, sorry. But believe me, we are going to do our best to release this feature as fast as we can.
     
  7. c-los

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    Just tried playing it in D3D mode after my brother had mentioned it. The qaulity of the game and images where alot better then software mode, almost like openGL mode. But my FPS stayed around 6 fps. Tried all the little tricks of getting your FPS up but nothing worked.
     
  8. c-los

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    ahh ic:) thanks for the response.
     
  9. Eru Ithildur

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    Meanwhile, you can back-up your Windows with Acronis or something and get the Parallels with BootCamp config going...
     

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