I'd tend to agree with you that your computer is way to slow. I've read posts from people with P2 400 cpus having performance problems. I have a P3 866 with 256mb of memory and it works great for me. Even with your computer being too slow though I would expect something displayed on the screen even if it was very choppy. Your video card may not be able to support the rendering routines they are using. Does your video card support Direct X? If so what version?
I'm not sure what is required to display the graphics. Most of the knowledgeable people tend to hang out on a MSN forum, might want to post there instead.
> Again, sorry for the bad english...
> I'm having problems with visual pinball. When I load a table the program starts
> to render the graphics and all that stuff, but all I got was a blank screen. I
> can hear the flipper and the plunger sounds, but no images. This was with the
> samples tables, let alone the Vpinmame ones. Any ideas
what could be happening?
> My computer is too weak for Visual Pinball? My specs: P200 MMX, 32 MB, crappy
> Trident video card (1 mb). Thanks in advance.