When using MuMu Player 12, some users may encounter an abnormal problem that the rendering mode of the emulator cannot be switched to high-performance mode (as shown in the figure). You can troubleshoot through the following steps.
Users of dual-graphics computers should pay attention to the following:
The computer has dual graphics cards (integrated graphics card + discrete graphics card). If you switch the discrete graphics card to the integrated graphics card and find that the emulator does not support high-performance rendering mode, please switch the graphics card back to the discrete graphics card and restart the emulator.
Step 1: Check if the graphics card is disabled:
The first step is to click the win key + X key on the keyboard, or right-click the system menu button at the bottom left of the computer screen, and click Device Manager in the pop-up interface options;
The second step is to go to the device manager and click on the display adapter to check whether there is a disabled graphics card. If there is a disabled graphics card, you can try to enable the graphics card, restart the computer, open the emulator, and switch to high-performance mode to try (The red box in the figure below means that the graphics card is running normally and has not been disabled);
Step 2: Check whether the graphics card model configured on the computer supports high-performance mode:
For example, Intel(R) Iris(R) Xe Graphics, Intel(R) UHD Graphics 630 and below I cards currently do not support high-performance rendering mode.
Some low-end AMD graphics cards are not suitable for high-performance mode and are not recommended.
If the currently used machine is not of the graphics card model mentioned above, but the high-performance rendering mode still cannot be selected, you can try the following operations.
The first step is to upgrade the graphics card driver, click to view how to upgrade the graphics card driver;
Step 2. After upgrading the graphics card driver, restart the computer, click the win key + X key on the keyboard, or right-click the system menu button at the bottom left of the computer screen, and click Device Manager in the pop-up interface options;
The third step is to click on the display adapter in the opened device manager page;
Step 4: Right-click the integrated graphics card/discrete graphics card under the display adapter (NVIDIA graphics card in the figure below), and then click Disable;
Step 5: Right-click the integrated graphics card/discrete graphics card under the display adapter, and then click Enable;
Finally, restart the computer, and after the computer restart is complete, turn on the emulator to switch to the high-performance rendering mode.