By Ross Carlson 887155
#528287 I'm not sure about the choppiness ... I've seen that before on an older laptop that had very poor OpenGL support. What video card do you have?
By Don Desfosse 1035677
#528314 My 8086 computer from 1987 would run VRC... :) (just kidding, of course, but it doesn't require much!)

And don't try USA-C; it was decommissioned months ago....

Your servers.txt should have the following. If not, use a text editor and correct it manually.

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# THIS FILE IS AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED BY VRC. DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE!
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180.200.247.40 AUSTRALIA
69.42.61.44 CANADA
212.67.73.150 CZECH
138.201.76.151 GERMANY
212.227.11.18 GERMANY2
139.59.2.4 INDIA
94.73.241.65 RUSSIA-C
84.52.109.230 RUSSIA-W
128.199.91.34 SINGAPORE
176.124.148.55 SWEDEN
185.93.245.200 UAE
178.79.154.95 UK1
178.62.97.26 UK2
69.42.49.158 USA-S
97.107.135.245 USA-E
50.116.3.203 USA-W
By Ross Carlson 887155
#528321 The intel graphics cards are notorious for poor OpenGL support in their drivers. I have a laptop with an Intel video chip and it has a similar issue with the screen locking up for a second or so every so often. I don't know of any way to fix it other than getting an Nvidia or ATI graphics card.