Well done in making this hack, i like the style and all, the levels looks well detailed and designed, the graphics looks pretty impressive, and everything look just fine. I'm waiting for more updates of this hack, and i'm waiting for this hack to be released.
I would not say the best SM64 hack of the year (I don't like ASM so much), but yes, it's looks cool so far, the Model design looks well detailed and designed, and i liked the F.L.U.D.D. But, The only thing that does not fit well (in My opinion) is the Textures in your level, Otherside, keep up the great work.
Oh god, i really LOVE Harmony of Dissonance, this Game is so distinct from other Castlevania series, it makes me feel good, and Juste is like Alucard. Good luck with this project sir, You have my support for this.
I can not explain , I do not like SM64 ASM that much, I do not see much vested interest in this, I prefer more SMW ASM. But, everyone has their opinion, I do not judge anyone by their choice, I know it sounds strange and I do not care much , but do not get me wrong , I liked the level , I would play this hack when done.
Beautiful Work, I like the textures you chose for your levels , the hud looks very good, and it seems that its level design is very well done. I hope to see more of your work in the future , because it looks really awesome, continue the good work .
Strange, you should try to upgrate your drivers to see if it work, install Visual C++ or Net framework, i had the same problems in the past and upgrating my drivers solved it.
If you're using Windows XP, go to start, execute, type dxdiag and press enter, go to the second tab and tell me if it show enabled or not disponible.
XP. No problems found with DX9.
Also, DX10 isn't supported in XP, Snes9x is for DX9 (as the title of it says).
Oh, and I have no dxd39_d38.dll or whatever the shite thing is called, so it's a buggered up version of Snes9x (the one off emulator-zone) which I have.
(quote, did you make your name that on purporse so whenever you edit you click the wrong button?)
Hahahaha yeah, i made my name on purporse, but it's because of the Cave Story character, Quote.
I think this might help you, Go to C:/windows/system32/ and search for a file named D3DX9_30.dll, copy the file and paste it on your SNESX9 folder, now change the file name to d3dx9_38. If you're having Sound issues, go to the sound settings and change it to Snesx9 DirectSound.
Malwarebytes anti-malware is a very good program, i have the premium version, it does really well in terms of removing virues, And when I finish checking viruses and eliminate them, i use ComboFix To be sure that the pests were removed.
Please, be more specific, there are many Pentium M for laptops.
Edit: If you're talking about the Pentium M for IBM Thinkpad (As you posted on another topic), it's not so fast, I think they do not pass 1.80 GHZ, and can't handle modern games, it's a pretty old "laptop".