Or are you just going to keep asking people how to fix it? It's integrated graphics, keep in mind. Not realistic but still a valid point. Once the download has completed. After uninstall the program, please follow the steps to install it in Windows 7 compatibility mode: e Right click on the setup file of the game. But the next morning, I was back at 50-60 fps.
Also just to remind you guys, I got the same fps I used to get in Minecraft 90fps as soon as I updated my drivers but the next morning, it went back to 60. With WinRar open up your minecraft. I think it is a graphics card problem but I don't know what it is. Last I heard, Notch was actually including some of these optimizations into Minecraft proper. You may have to reset your computer to factory settings if you have messed something up in Windows by mistake.
I have a desktop, not a laptop. Additionally you may want to consider switching to 64-bit Java rather than the default the Java site downloads 32-bit , that gave several people I know massive upgrades in Minecraft performance. So Sirrawth, not all computers run great fps. While you're at it, maybe you should browse the Minecraft forums. Do not end any processes that you don't know what they are.
Optifine isn't out for 1. Select the program you want to stop by left-clicking on it once it will be highlighted. You may have to reset your computer to factory settings if you have messed something up in Windows by mistake. This article has also been viewed 29,848 times. My fps range is from 25-70 now and before it was 70-120. I would ask few questions before I approach for any suggestions: 1 May I know the Make and Model of the computer? Gonna get right into this, the point of this tutorial is to help you get better fps. With WinRar open up your minecraft.
To do this all you have to do is: Install Game Booster Launch Game Booster You should see a tab that says 'Switch to Game Box', if not close Game Booster and then restart it. Some people however cannot afford doing this and just have to deal with what they have. I tried to update my drivers again but it said I was using the latest ones so I don't know what to do now. Click add and replace files. If you have optifine you will have way more control over what you can change to make it run faster. Make sure you click on the download button when you get to it and not some ad.
Only have Minecraft open, and don't run it in your browser. I would suggest you to check for the latest video driver updates for your video driver. Might require you to restart your game. For Optifine in particular you're really doing the mod author a disservice by downloading from that site. Best bet is to look one up on youtube or google. I already have Optifine installed though it does nothing to my frame rate , I'm using Minecraft version 1. If it is handling the game fine, then you will likely not see any noticeable performance increase.
Therefore, allocating more, can help by allowing the software to pre-load more textures or pre-rendered graphics, reducing the bottle-neck that leads to lag frame skipping. A good tutorial to do that is here: So that's all I can suggest. Whilst I get 30-60 fps in Minecraft. A laptop like yours will have a factory setting feature you may be more inclined to use, you will lose any files and programs you haven't backed up. The processing priority change works the best for me.
When you find it double click it. Would you like to answer one of these instead? In linux I've had no issues with changing the priority at all, but I've never set it lower than -10. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 on this site the. I've tried literally everything I could find searching on Google. I updated the drivers, I have performance on Balanced.