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pcgamer414

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#1 12 years ago

I am having a problem using a program that requires open GL, my 6600GT should handle it easily, seeing as my FX5500 did before, now is there any program I can download/buy (CHEAP!) that I can alter which OpenGL if any the program uses when it opens.

Thanks for your time,

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pcgamer414

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#2 12 years ago

Anyone?




Kilobyte

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#3 12 years ago

Did you uninstall your old drivers, before installing the new card?

I expect there is a driver conflict.




pcgamer414

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#4 12 years ago

Yep the card works fine. I just need to make 1 program run that uses OpenGL, CS:S and other games work fine.




Ultimate-Omen

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#5 12 years ago

what program are you trying to run? one problem might be that the 6600 has opengl 1.5, where as the latest version is 2.0.




pcgamer414

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#6 12 years ago

Hmm, its SolidWorks 2006 Regular.




Ultimate-Omen

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#7 12 years ago

well, doesnt really say anything about a specific version of OpenGL required but, i think its all a matter of reinstalling OpenGL, graphics card driver and the program.




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#8 12 years ago
Ultimate-Omen i think its all a matter of reinstalling OpenGL, graphics card driver and the program.

Well, OpenGL is a part of the graphics card driver, these days. Reinstall, or Update the graphics card driver, and you get better OpenGL support.

www.nvidia.com

www.ati.com




Ultimate-Omen

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#9 12 years ago
Monster_userWell, OpenGL is a part of the graphics card driver, these days. Reinstall, or Update the graphics card driver, and you get better OpenGL support. www.nvidia.com www.ati.com

meh, still doesnt hurt to add it to the registry. personally i do it every time i install a new videocard.