I recently moved over to using a new laptop and I have started a new project in visual studio 2012 but everything runs slower than it should. I tried profiling it with the VS profiler and it says that 99.38% of the time is spent in d3d11ref.dll. I have reinstalled the DirectX SDK. I tried an older project that worked fine on another computer and it was also running slow, so I don't think it has anything to do with my code. The laptop is quite good (i7 processor). The program I'm currently testing is just a basic game loop that opens up a blank window and does nothing to it. It does not interact with Direct3D (though D3D is included in the project, just no D3D code is run).
So is it the laptop or VS or have I setup D3D wrong or something else?
(I posted this in General Programming because I don't think it is a D3D-specific problem)
Edited by stu_pidd_cow, 16 December 2013 - 08:26 PM.