Your GPU may not support OpenGL 4.3

No game was booted in your log. If you are experiencing a crash then do not open citra again until after you posted the log as it gets purged when you reopen citra.
For more information, see How to Upload the Log File

Your hardware is too old. You’ll need to use an older version of Citra:
Release nightly-1782 · citra-emu/citra-nightly · GitHub
Download citra-windows-mingw-20220901-d380980.7z , extract the file and open citra-qt(.exe)

It says it can’t run on my pc

Download and install 7-Zip so you can extract it:

Ayuda, tengo el mismo problema :frowning:
citra_log.txt (14.2 KB)
citra_log.txt.old.txt (18.7 KB)

Do you have a dedicated GPU in your system? If so, which one?

I have that same version but when i open tomodachi life it will have a black screen and it will stop respounding

Upload a log file please: How to Upload the Log File

citra_log.txt (19.2 KB)

citra_log.txt (37.1 KB)

Utility_DumpTextures: true

Turn off Dump Textures in the graphics settings in Citra configuration. You should also delete the dump folder which you can access by File -> Open Citra Folder

same here it is showing opengl 4
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.3 error

Right click on your windows start button and select Device Manager. Expand the Display adapters tab and tell me what it says there.

intel(R) HD graphics

Then your hardware is way too old to support Citra. That CPU’s integrated GPU isn’t even enough to support OpenGL 3.3, let alone OpenGL 4.3. You’ll need a new system. And, it’s high time to be honest. Your hardware is from 2010. So it’s more than 12 years old at this point. To add to that, your hardware was a budget offering at that time.

what if i use mesa 3D

Still too old. Regardless, even if you could get Citra to work using some obscure translation layer, you’d get slideshow levels of performance. It’s not worth it. You need a new device, end of story.

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I can’t start a game without getting this error message beforehand. My graphics card is the Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipest Family.

Right click on your Windows start button and select Device Manager. Expand the Display Adapters tab and let me know what it says there.

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