FPS is way to low when it shouldn't be in TANE
Ok, so when im in driver mode in TANE and the game is not paused, I get about 2 to 4 frames per second, but when I pause the game it works perfectly, its also perfect in surveyor mode. I set all the settings to low as possible in every settings menu I could find, so it wouldn’t work as hard. I set all details to low as possible, I put the draw distance to low as possible, completely turned off the sound, among many other things that I thought would help, but this only helps a little. The only thing out of the ordinary that I am done to TANE is install about 9 locomotives made for TS12 using the download station, but I don't think it affected performances very much. I have a Windows 8.1 computer by HP that I think is fully updated. I downloaded new graphics drivers and updates to current drivers, but I didn't see much change in TANE. So I went to DirectX 11 to see my computer's Diagnostics. I'm not sure what TANE requires to run on my computer, so I don't know what I'm looking for. I'm not sure if I need a new graphics card or not, but It looks like I have approximately 2037 MB of memory on what I'm guessing is my graphics card. (I know nothing about computers and how they work)The system I have Is made for 64 bit, but it says my current display mode is “1920x1080 (32 bit) (60Hz).” I think this computer came with 64 bit already installed. When I go to system through control panel It says under “system type” “64 bit Operating system, x64-based processor. Under “installed memory (RAM)” it says “4.00 GB (3.46 GB usable)” And under “Processor” it says “AMD A4-5000 APU with Radeon(™) HD Graphics”. If I can use 64 bit then why is it stuck on 36 bit. Or maybe that doesn't matter I don't know. I don't know anything about computers so that might not even matter. But if someone out there can help me I will consider you a god. But I desperately need help, I'm sick of 3 frames per second. So if you can help me please please help me.
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