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Thread: anyone can help me do windows xp 32-bits service pack 3 support OpenGL 2.1 and above?

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    anyone can help me do windows xp 32-bits service pack 3 support OpenGL 2.1 and above?

    I hope anyone answer me thans sorry I am new to this forum and any help is welcome so does it supports it or not?

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    I am pretty sure it comes from your video card and drivers only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grognard View Post
    I am pretty sure it comes from your video card and drivers only.
    I already update drivers but it keep saying OPENGL version is obsoleted pls update your graphic card controller this messages comes when I try to playing using such android emulators like Memu.. also I did use already Geeks 3D GPU Caps Viewer to find wich version of OPENGL My Pc have and it shows
    this.
    GL_Version: 1.4.0 - Build 7.15.10.5218
    GL_RENDERER: Intel Bear Lake B
    GLSL version: N/A

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    So i will really aprecciate the help this was just keeping me frustrating Maybe I have no options but upgrade my windows to 7 and above.?

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    Regarding to this (http://feedback.wildfiregames.com/re...ear%20Lake%20B), this card only support GL up to 1.4 what you already have. So updating your driver or Windows will not help you.

    You then have few options:

    1) Use applications that do not require OpenGL above 1.4 (this is very rare now)
    2) Change your graphic card (or computer if this is a laptop)
    3) Try Mesa (http://www.mesa3d.org/install.html) but I'm unsure how to configure it for your purpose

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