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Thread: Win98 No Games Work In Opengl Just Blank Screen

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    Win98 No Games Work In Opengl Just Blank Screen

    Just Installed Win98 I Have A Monster 3D 1 & Put Quake2 Half-life & Unreal On, Got The Win98 Voodoo 1 Drivers From 3dfx's Web Site &
    Started Up Half-life Then Just A Blank Screen
    Came Up Tried Quake2 & Unreal All Just A Blank Screen That Crashes The System & Have To Reboot Then I Installed The Opengl Drivers
    From The Glsetup Web Site The Same Thing Happens Every Time I Start Up A Game In Opengl Just A Blank Screen Comes Up Even The 3dfx Donut Demo Doesn't Work Has Anyone Else Ever Had This Problem With Win98
    Cause This Never Ever Happend When I Had Win95 Installed.

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    Re: Win98 No Games Work In Opengl Just Blank Screen

    Wow--I have the EXACT same problem. Unable to run ANYTHING opengl... monitor just loses picture.

    Anyone else have any ideas on this? It's driving me nuts...

    Thanks!

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    Re: Win98 No Games Work In Opengl Just Blank Screen

    The GLsetup drivers screwed up my system royally... but the latest 3DFX drivers seemed to fix all of the problems I was having with OpenGL on my V3-2000

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