Force OpenGL3.3 on Intel HD Graphics 3000 (Windows)


#83

To save it as a .bat file, choose “Save as” option in Notepad, name the new file as citra-qt.bat, don’t overwrite the .txt file.
If you have any more trouble with it, I’ll make one for you


#84

It seems that you saved it as citra-qt.bat.txt. That’s why it was a .txt.


#85

my bad haha, okaay imma redo that


#86

heya, is this it? i think? thanks for the instruction, do i have to do something before i start the game?


#87

tho i still get the same error , what should i do with the log file now?


#88

Just check the renderer to see if it’s stil Intel or MESA. Also, the cmd should’bt have that much text on it. Can I see it?


#89

here goes, i guess there’s something wrong?


#90

heres one on the cmd on citra


#91

yup i have followed all the tutorial and i am using win 8.1 pro not 10


#92


this is a bit different from u


#93

oh it work after i restart my lap tks man!!


#94

Can’t see it clearly, but you might want to edit your .bat file. There might be an error in the command.
Or just need to restart the device, like kai1411 did:


#95

Glad it worked for you :grinning: It’s weird that you have to restart though, mine didn’t even need to.


#96

@TheRedDevil @kai1411 fyi, windows is not like linux, to set environment variable properly, you need to use set.
That is to say, use

set MESA_GL_VERSION_OVERRIDE=3.3COMPAT
citra-qt.exe

and save it as a bat.


#97

I did include the word “set” in my first post :grin:

Should I create an updated, more detailed tutorial though? It seems MESA version differences caused a lot of confusion lately.