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Old 01-04-2009, 01:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Opengl/d3d card support?

Hey all I have an older 2nd comp that has integrated video, Intel 82810 32megs, and no opengl or d3d games will run, saying I need an opengl renderer or something. Couldnt find a dload link on intels website but it says under my video specs that it supports opengl. How can I fix this? Thanks!



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All you can do is download the latest drivers they have available and that will offer whatever software support for d3d/opengl that they have. If it doesn't run after that, the card's too old. And this sounds like a pretty old chip...
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