Fix for multiple issues, including framerate. Increases performance in many cases

Discussion in 'Empire Help & Support' started by LZBZ_DW, May 15, 2012.

  1. I have a good rig capable of running any current game, but whenever I would go by chickens (usually a coop on water), my framerate will drop really low for just a moment, then come back. Same thing when I leave the area. If you are experiencing this issue or a similar issue, try updating LWJGL (LightWeight Java Game Library) in your minecraft jar.

    Instructions from - HERE

    This updated version of LWJGL is supposed to be released with 1.3 but if you are having framerate issues on a machine that shouldn't be, this worked great for me with 1.2.5

    TL;DR version:

    Try this to fix framerate drops

    1) Download LWJGL (LightWeight Java Game Library)
    2) Open the .minecraft directory (%appdata%\.minecraft\bin)
    3) Replace the following files:

    Replace with copies from ..\LWJGL\jar
    • .minecraft\bin\jinput.jar
    • .minecraft\bin\lwjgl.jar
    • .minecraft\bin\lwjgl_util.jar
    Replace with copies from ..\LWJGL\native\windows
    • .minecraft\bin\natives\jinput-dx8.dll
    • .minecraft\bin\natives\jinput-dx8_64.dll
    • .minecraft\bin\natives\jinput-raw.dll
    • .minecraft\bin\natives\jinput-raw_64.dll
    • .minecraft\bin\natives\lwjgl.dll
    • .minecraft\bin\natives\lwjgl64.dll
    • .minecraft\bin\natives\OpenAL32.dll
    • .minecraft\bin\natives\OpenAL64.dll
    gremlindan likes this.
  2. Whoa, this looks great. Can't wait to try it out :D
  3. Post your results please. Are you trying to fix a specific issue or just increase performance in general?
  4. Performance in general. I do have a giant skele spawner, and my computer (which should be able to handle more than 100 skeles) drops to around 6 fps when they really build up. It makes killing a little tougher than usual.
    pateraterick likes this.
  5. Thread title changed since there are many fixes using this procedure.
    Your mileage may vary, but post your results. My results are:
    -Nether no longer lags
    -No longer lagging around large amounts of chickens in water.
    -No more sticking keys (this didn't happen often in the first place, so I might be jumping the gun on this one)
  6. Yeah, that the reason why i have 2 account, one standing next to the spawner, and one standing next to the loot hole! Plus did you know that reconnecting will stop the lag for a few second!