If you are using custom packages with Aemulus, make sure they are correctly formatted.
If you added any additional mods to Reloaded II, disable or remove them and try again.
P4G crashes during the first battle, after awakening Izanagi.
The music stops playing when I enter a battle.
My controller isn't working.
This motion blur sucks!
Cutscenes are being doubled / shown in a small box at the top.
Cutscenes are playing slowly or are being skipped entirely.
Integrated graphics cards are not officially supported by Atlus and may not be powerful enough to run P4G.
There are a few possible fixes for this issue:
Disable Custom R2 Programs
Use Low Cutscene Quality
This issue commonly occurs when Reloaded II runs out of memory (this is unrelated to how much RAM your PC has). If you have added extra programs/mods to Reloaded II, you can accidentally push past this limit.
Disable any additional programs you have added to Reloaded II, such as EXP Share.
At the main menu, select Config and go to the Graphics tab.
Set the Cutscene Quality setting to Low and save your settings.
If you are not using the Config Clarity mod, this setting will be called Animation Quality.
Atlus recommends installing Windows Media Player if you are having trouble with cutscene playback.
Open the Windows Start Menu.
Type "apps and features" and press Enter to open the Apps and features page in the Settings application.
Select optional features below the second "Apps and features" header.
Select add a feature at the top of the Optional features page.
Type "Windows Media Player" into the search bar. If WMP is not installed, it should appear in the list below.
Check the box for Windows Media Player, then click Install (1) at the bottom of the window.
Once Windows has finished downloading and installing WMP, restart your PC.
If you are using Windows 10 N or Windows 10 KN, search for and install the Media Feature Pack as well using the same process.
If you have a laptop with both an Nvidia graphics card and integrated graphics, Windows might be choosing the weak Intel graphics automatically to save power.
Right-click on the Desktop and select NVIDIA Control Panel.
Select Manage 3D settings on the left panel.
Select the Program Settings tab.
Click Add and select Persona 4 Golden from the list of applications.
From the dropdown menu under the application, select High-performance NVIDIA processor.