Hey all. I am aware that there are threads all over the web about this mission but they are all quite old so i decided to make my own.
I bought a copy of San Andreas v2 for the PC last year. Before that i had always played it on the PS2 with absolutely no problems with any mission, except for what would normally expect, such as lots of attempts at getting the highest rating in driving/flight school etc.
I bought the PC version with the main purpose of modding it however i decided a few days ago to replay the game properly on my laptop.
Now the specs of my laptop are: P320 AMD Athlon 2 x2 @2.1 ghz, ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250 (256mb card), 4gb DDR3 RAM @1066 Mhz, Windows 7 Home Premium.
Correct me if i am wrong but as far as i am aware my laptop exceeds the recommended reqs.
The problems i am facing are both erratic performence and crippling input lag.
Now as i said, i bought the pc version for modding purposes and did use a downgrader and applied a no disc crack at one point, however, i am experiencing these issues on both downgraded/modded installs and clean installs.
I usually use a usb controller for this game as i prefer that to keyboard/mouse in this game. The one i use is a cheap one from the G.A.M.E store. It has worked perfectly in all other games i have tried.
In san andreas however i get hit with erratic, but severe, input lag. The thing is though i get the same issue when using kb/m.
I am currently on cweet's mission to meet cesar, the lowrider "dance". I have already, with some difficulty, beat og loc's "life's a beach" misson, but i am finding this mission impossible and i think it has to do with the erratic performence of the game and the erratic input lag.
I really want to get into the game but it is infuriating me that i can pass this mission, which seems so easy on the PS2.
Does anyone have any suggestions that would help me either solve the issues thats making it difficult to get the timing down for this mission or any other ideas that would aid me in passing this annoyimg mission?
Any help would be appreciated as it will save me from having to buy a new laptop when my hand invariably goes through the screen due to a stupid dancing car!