Studio running at 16 fps on an empty baseplate

I’m having a problem on my laptop where I’m getting 16 fps in studio on an empty baseplate. Once when I fried my desktop computer, I used this laptop as a primary computer for about a month, and I used ROBLOX Studio on it for that entire month without any issues at all. However, now I’m getting 16 fps in studio. There’s a good chance it’s a problem with Windows 10 because I just upgraded to that, and even though it’s not supported, I thought it’d be better for me to post this here so when it does become supported this bug is already logged. On the off chance that it’s not a Windows 10 bug, I hopefully might be able to get it resolved as well.

I’m aware this isn’t the best of hardware, but as I mentioned previously I used Studio on this same laptop (albeit with Windows 7 installed) for about a month with no issues, so I don’t think it has to do with hardware. Let me know if there’s anything else I need to provide.

It’s probably trying to do CPU rendering because Roblox doesn’t have support for a driver that works with your computer and Windows 10. A guess at least…

I have a laptop that runs at 1.7 GHz… and uses less than 8% on a baseplate (and it is Windows 10).

@Echo: Do you have any plugins? Could be running a lot of computing.

No plugins installed on this laptop aside from the animation editor. If you look at the screenshot you can see that I’m using a pretty vanilla build of studio with no modified ribbon/reflectionmetadata xmls. What Weeve said kind of makes sense, so I’ll try to update my graphics driver.

Maybe its Fraps?

Looks like weeve was right:

Not sure what I should do at this point :frowning: Windows says I have the most up-to-date driver.

Not sure what I should do at this point :frowning: Windows says I have the most up-to-date driver. [/quote]
I suggest reinstalling the driver software from AMD’s website if you can (or use a search engine, it doesn’t really matter much). If it keeps dropping down to 16 fps, try to reinstall ROBLOX Studios (I suggest doing this first though!).

By the way, I have windows 10 and an AMD APU with a similar architecture as yours and I’m running fine with my setup.

The way that’s phrased makes it sound like the problem is hardware-side…

Certainly a hardware problem. Did you drop it receive a bang recently? Does it overheat?

Technet says it could also be a driver issue.
This circumstance can occur if the device hardware fails or if the device driver fails.
Seeing that you recently upgraded to Win10, it’s most likely a driver thing.

Yeah, it’s just old drivers.
The latest AMD driver added support for Windows 10.

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