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tengcm

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#1
Loaded Return to Castle Wolfenstein for the first time, i get this error message "GLW_StartOpenGL() - Could not load OpenGL subsystem".

Please let me know how to solve this problem.............

Thanks!
 
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oO ShifterZ Oo

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#4
i had the same problem waht you do is download ur lastest denator drivers.
 
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Sooprmncntwlk

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#7
Don't believe what any of these people say... download the latest drivers :D
 

gonaads

Beware the G-Man
Political User
#15
Agara los "Drivers" mas Nuevos! :rolleyes:
Translation:
"Get the newest Drivers!" :p

Ba ba ba bad to the bone. Ba ba ba bad. :D
 
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Sooprmncntwlk

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#16
You're listening to what these people have to say? They don't know what their talking about! Download the latest drivers, man!! DO IT NOOOOOWWW!!!!

If you don't do it your machine will only startup in 256 color mode and your wallpaper will be the shaddy red, yellow, green, and blue dots from Windows 3.11. What's worse is your resolution will be 640x480! (Oh, the humanity!) You'll get dialoges that rival most goodyear blimps! You don't want that man!

:D :D :D
 
#18
The following should help: First, with your right index finger press your Power On button . You should hear a series of whirls and whines (these are your case/cpu/power fans, nothing to worry about). Next, log-on to Windows (this may require a password if your system has been configured to request one). You should now be at your Desktop. Locate your Browser icon with your mouse. (This may require manuevering your mouse arrow over the icon). Either Double click or Right click the browser icon to gain access to the internet. Using your favorite search engine type Nvidia.com . At this point, Nvidia's web page should appear. Maneuver your mouse arrow to the upper-left portion of the screen over Driver Downloads . At this point, a context menu should display. Select your current operating system . Follow Nvidia's instructions for a successful download.

Disclaimer:

"I accept no responsiblity for damage to your system. While system fatalities are quite rare, they can and do sometimes occure. SnookBooger assumes no responsibility or liability to your system." You are following these instructions at your own risk!:D
 
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SirLasher

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#19
wow! amazing I just fixed this! and all I had to do was download the latest drivers!! you all are such a huge help!!
thanks!!!
ehehehehe
 

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