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Posted 11/7/15
Ok so like, i'm trying to fix a game on my computer because it lags in some cases (If anyone has seen my computer driver thread well like, that didnt work )

So basically, heres what help in wiki said, but I have almost no clue what it all means.

I have windows 8 if that helps.




The game's behaviour (either audio, video, or both) is delayed from realtime.
This could be a result of input lag - your mouse's actions are delayed. Possibly there are too many devices on your USB channel? If the lag is system-global, this is probably the case. Having desktop composition (Aero) causes a few milliseconds of input lag, so be sure to disable it if you wish for a perfect experience. If you don't wish to turn it off, running osu! in fullscreen will also do the trick. It could also be a result of output lag. Check that your video isn't set to prerender too many frames, and that there aren't too many filters, splitters, etc. between your PC and your monitor.


Thanks in advance.
Posted 11/7/15
Can you adjust the game settings? That's what I do.
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Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/7/15
You're dealing with a bottleneck that's created due to your lack of a proper graphics card.

In your other thread, the GPU that you posted a screenshot of is an integrated GPU. That means it's a chip that is attached to your motherboard to make your display work. It can handle a very light graphic load, such as playing movies. It also utilizes your PC's memory to draw resources from because it doesn't have its own video RAM, which just makes the bottleneck worse.

Since the AMD Radeon R4 GPU that you showed a pic of looks to be for Notebook PC's, you're pretty much out of luck because Laptop graphics aren't upgradeable.

Simply put. If you want to play games on a laptop, you need a gaming laptop. That's why most PC gamers use Desktop computers that they can easily upgrade components for.

*edit*
Nevermind, I can't believe I gave a serious reply about PC hardware for a game like that.
Posted 11/7/15

ILuvCats11 wrote:

Ok so like, i'm trying to fix a game on my computer because it lags in some cases (If anyone has seen my computer driver thread well like, that didnt work )

So basically, heres what help in wiki said, but I have almost no clue what it all means.

I have windows 8 if that helps.




The game's behaviour (either audio, video, or both) is delayed from realtime.
This could be a result of input lag - your mouse's actions are delayed. Possibly there are too many devices on your USB channel? If the lag is system-global, this is probably the case. Having desktop composition (Aero) causes a few milliseconds of input lag, so be sure to disable it if you wish for a perfect experience. If you don't wish to turn it off, running osu! in fullscreen will also do the trick. It could also be a result of output lag. Check that your video isn't set to prerender too many frames, and that there aren't too many filters, splitters, etc. between your PC and your monitor.


Thanks in advance.


What game ?
Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/7/15

ILuvCats11 wrote:

Ok so like, i'm trying to fix a game on my computer because it lags in some cases (If anyone has seen my computer driver thread well like, that didnt work )

So basically, heres what help in wiki said, but I have almost no clue what it all means.

I have windows 8 if that helps.




The game's behaviour (either audio, video, or both) is delayed from realtime.
This could be a result of input lag - your mouse's actions are delayed. Possibly there are too many devices on your USB channel? If the lag is system-global, this is probably the case. Having desktop composition (Aero) causes a few milliseconds of input lag, so be sure to disable it if you wish for a perfect experience. If you don't wish to turn it off, running osu! in fullscreen will also do the trick. It could also be a result of output lag. Check that your video isn't set to prerender too many frames, and that there aren't too many filters, splitters, etc. between your PC and your monitor.


Thanks in advance.


If you are playing a visual novel game, it something else. But if you are playing normal computer games. You need to get a new powerful computer. Because many games are demanding unless is old games in a good computer.
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Posted 11/7/15

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ILuvCats11 wrote:

Ok so like, i'm trying to fix a game on my computer because it lags in some cases (If anyone has seen my computer driver thread well like, that didnt work )

So basically, heres what help in wiki said, but I have almost no clue what it all means.

I have windows 8 if that helps.




The game's behaviour (either audio, video, or both) is delayed from realtime.
This could be a result of input lag - your mouse's actions are delayed. Possibly there are too many devices on your USB channel? If the lag is system-global, this is probably the case. Having desktop composition (Aero) causes a few milliseconds of input lag, so be sure to disable it if you wish for a perfect experience. If you don't wish to turn it off, running osu! in fullscreen will also do the trick. It could also be a result of output lag. Check that your video isn't set to prerender too many frames, and that there aren't too many filters, splitters, etc. between your PC and your monitor.


Thanks in advance.


What game ?


Osu, i've actually managed to fix it and it works fine now, but the mouse lags a bit but meh.

Thanks for your help everyone!
Posted 11/7/15
Didn't even think osu needed graphics to play lol.
Apparently I need to check my privelidges
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Posted 11/7/15

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Didn't even think osu needed graphics to play lol.
Apparently I need to check my privelidges


Oh the thing was that the backround videos (basically the opening videos) of some anime songs I had lagged and replied stuff, basically bugged, I just switched to a older version and changed the fps or frame limiter thing and that seemed to fix it.
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Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/7/15
I would say there's absolutely no way that it's your hardware being insufficient. Your PC is plenty powerful enough to run this game as is most any modern day computer regardless of whether it's using an Nvidia GTX 980 or an Intel HD series GPU.

System Requirements:

Http://www.game-debate.com/games/index.php?g_id=1796&game=osu!
Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/7/15

ILuvCats11 wrote:


Oh the thing was that the backround videos (basically the opening videos) of some anime songs I had lagged and replied stuff, basically bugged, I just switched to a older version and changed the fps or frame limiter thing and that seemed to fix it.


oh yeah haha I forgot since I don't even notice the background stuff anymore xD
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