Yea old laptop GPU's and their drivers are horrid, I had a Toshiba with an nVidia that ended up with a huge black section to the left of screen if I changed away from Toshiba shipped drivers.
But the thing is.. I'm heading towards 30 and I have all kinds of better things to do with my life than look at Tuniac code.
I would say its fairly unlikely I will get around to checking why it doesn't work because well it works for me
Your choices are:
1)Find me the answer to why it doesn't work on your computer and I might fix it
2)Find a solution at your end
I am very unlikely to put in more effort than you to sort out problems you face with Tuniac.
Eg if you put in 5 minutes effort, I will likely put in less than that :p
I will often fix pesky small things because I'm nice like that, but well most things will fit in the "doesn't bother me so I might go clean the house instead" category.
Tuniac is open source, you can fix/change things and share to others just as easy as me
-toasts I like its size, why make it bigger?
-Tuniac register file associations is mostly broken, Windows makes it a pain to register these days and I dont even use the feature. Rewrite it or just add directory or drag and drop?
-Playlist in visual is semi cool, but vis art is kinda of the same, perhaps you just want to allow making it bigger? Tuniac is simple because we like it like that, don't over complicate things.