We now require a CPU with SSE2 instructions (Pentium 4 & above). If you have an older system (Win2K or non-SSE2 CPU) you can still download the previous Fraps 3.4.7 release from the download page.
Fraps 3.5.99 - 26th February, 2013 - Fixed counter not appearing in Aero desktop (DWM) and DX10 games after latest Windows Update Fraps 3.5.9 - 30th August, 2012 - Fixed crash when initiating loop recording - Fixed periodic stutter for some users during loop recording Fraps 3.5.8 - 22nd August, 2012 - Fixed intermittent crash recording from Open GL games - Fixed crash when unable to access sound device - Fixed minor memory leak with Win7/Vista sound recording - Fixed crash encountered by some users when ending a recording Fraps 3.5.7 - 14th August, 2012 - Fixed audio sync in long recordings for Windows XP users - Fixed problem taking screenshots from DWM even with counter on screen - Fixed 64-bit Direct X 11 games always being recorded in lossless RGB - Fixed corruption in video when audio source set to 11.25k Hz - Other minor bug fixes Fraps 3.5.6 - 21st July, 2012 - Fixed microphone drifting out of sync in long recordings under Windows 7 & Vista - Fixed clipping with audio sources greater than 8 channels - Fixed audio from mono USB devices only appearing in left channel - Reduced latency of capture from external inputs Fraps 3.5.5 - 12th June, 2012 - Fixed black borders captured around Game Maker based games - Fixed crash in D3D10/11 video recording with 64-bit applications - Fixed scrambled colors saved with some 10-bit color modes Fraps 3.5.4 - 30th May, 2012 - Improved capture speed for D3D8 games - Fixed Max Payne 1 not recording when AA enabled - Fixed error when initializing Direct X on Windows 7 Fraps 3.5.3 - 27th May, 2012 - Fixed micro-stutter in recorded video after temporary framerate drop - Fixed missing video frames in some games after rendering paused - Fixed bug causing error message on startup for some users Fraps 3.5.2 - 20th May 2012 - Fixed missing audio at end of long recordings - Fixed error preventing movie playback in Windows Media Player - Fixed screen freezing when starting video capture in Minecraft & other Open GL games - Fixed crash during video mode switch in Dos Box Fraps 3.5.1 - 18th May 2012 - Added support for ex FAT drives writing larger than 4 Gigabytes - Fixed crash when large custom resolutions used in game Fraps 3.5.0 - 26th April 2012 - Support for large AVI movie files (above 4 Gigabytes) on NTFS drives - Added option to split AVIs at 4 Gigabytes for legacy AVI 1.0 support - Fixed loop recording using large amounts of disk space for short clips - Fixed benchmark logs not being saved if game was quit before benchmark ended - Fixed View folder not opening window on some machines - NEW MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: CPU with SSE2 required (Pentium 4 & above) - Windows 2000 is no longer supported (Windows XP & above) The latest version of Fraps includes an update to the loop recording mode, allowing you to specify a custom length for the buffer (rather than the default 30 seconds).
Maemo is based on Debian GNU/Linux and draws much of its GUI, frameworks, and libraries from the GNOME project.
Because of the release of the Full Version of Diablo 3 on May 15th.The Maemo 5 user interface is slightly different; the menu bar and info area are consolidated to the top of the display, and the four desktops can be customized with shortcuts and widgets.At the Mobile World Congress in February 2010, it was announced that the Maemo project would be merging with Moblin to create the Mee Go mobile software platform.Yesterday I updated the Diablo 3 Launcher, now I got a "Failed to update tools" tooltip that when you dismiss it, it closes the launcher, how do I fix this fault scenario?Here it would seem like many others have the same issue and couldn't fix it even after uninstalling... Right click on the Diablo 3 setup file you downloaded via the Blizzard Downloader Select Properties Choose Windows XP (Service Pack 3) (Note: Does not work on Vista.) Right Click the Icon, Run as Administrator. Delete your C:\Program Data\Blizzard Entertainment\Cache folder. Run the Downloader again, as administrator, and see if it gets past the “Updating Setup Files” window. This one worked for me: try and find the agent application in the folder (for example C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\battle.net\Agent).