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21.06.2018, 12:57
Hi guys!
I downloaded Cemu 1.12.1 on my MacBook Pro mid 2012 BootCamp with Windows 10 Pro (64 bit, 4gb RAM, Intel core i5).
Followed every step to install and configure Cemu, Games Packs, Shared Fonts, etc.. Even fixed Virtual Memory with minimum of 11000 to 20000 but nothing, Cemu crashes when loading games. Why?
Thank you!

21.06.2018, 13:16
Post your log.

21.06.2018, 13:17
Sorry, how can I post it?

21.06.2018, 13:20
Go advanced then click the paper clip looking thingy.

21.06.2018, 13:25
Ok, Thank you! Sorry but Cemu sometimes takes ages to open on my pc, I’ll post it in a bit.

21.06.2018, 13:31
Trying to open Cemu but nothing, I click but it doesn’t work
Edit: restarting computer
I don’t know why it’s not working, I’ll download and install again and I’ll let you know, ok? Sorry and thank you!

21.06.2018, 15:24
Can’t find “Advanced” section on Cemu, where is it exactly?

21.06.2018, 15:45
[14:20:37] ------- Init Cemu 1.12.1b -------
[14:20:37] mlc01 path: C:\Users\MaryMely\Desktop\cemu_1.12.0\mlc01\
[14:20:37] CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3210M CPU @ 2.50GHz
[14:20:37] RAM: 4002MB
[14:20:37] Used CPU extensions: SSSE3, SSE4.1, AES-NI

Found this

21.06.2018, 17:18
Ok that is the file. But I need one after loading a game.

I do see now that you only have 4gigs of ram. That’s not really enough and could be your problem.

What gpu do you have?

21.06.2018, 18:32
Tried to load a game but it crashes.
My gpu is Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000

22.06.2018, 00:34
Well that too is a major issue. Intel hd 4000 doesn’t support the required OpenGL version in windows so it is a no go right there. You can try Linux where the hd 4000 does support the minimum open gl but you have to jump through some hoops to get it set up. And that 4gigs of ram may still be a problem.

22.06.2018, 09:14
Didn’t know that Linux was supported, thought only Windows was. MacOS is not supported too, right? In fact, I initialized my hd and installed Windows thinking that it could work but nothing, unfortunately

23.06.2018, 16:45
Which version of Linux is better for that? And what should I do to set the OpenGL?
Thank you!

23.06.2018, 21:05
It's mainly done with an open source driver called Mesa. For Cemu in particular it doesn't fully support the Compatibility Profile that the spec supports but there is a half-decent hacked version for that called Mesa Mild that you can easily google.

PS. Do not consider it easy unless you are already familiar with linux.