@TheRedDevil Thanks a lot man. I was finally able to play pokemon Omega on my potato laptop, after losing all my hopes. I can’t explain how happy I am. Thanks a lot man, though I needed to do some steps more to play this. Thanks.
@Smsry I had the same problem as yours. The citra log showed that I had openGL1.1 by microsoft. I searched a lot on Google and found nothing.
Finally found a solution from a video in youtube.
You have to do this:
1.Download Microsoft ADK.
2.While installing it, only tick the “Application Compatibility Tools” in features. We don’t need anything else. Install it.
3. Run it.
4.Click on “Fix.”
5.Write anything on the name and vendor of the program. In location, select “Citra-qt.exe”.
6.Click on Next.
7.Click on Next again.
8.Now in Compatibility fixes, tick on “Win81RTM/VersionLEE” and click on parameters.
9.In module name, type “ig4icd64.dll” and click Add and then OK.
10.Click on Next.
11.Tick all the options and click Finish.
12.Now save the database and right click on it and select Install.
You can now run the citra and check log, where you can see it will be written “OpenGL3.1.”
Follow the steps of @TheRedDevil and you can run Citra on your PC. If you have downloaded latest Mesa, then you donot need to replace any opengl. And yes, in the CMD, i used “yes/y” for all the configuration. This is how I did it, cheers.