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Well it runs 3.1. I don't understand. I know of someone who had their computer not be able to support it but their computer ran old video card drivers instead of their updated ones. Should I reinstall my video card? What should I do? Any tricks that might work for updating or any general advice? If this doesn't work, I will take this matter to Intel customer support. I have Intel HD graphics 3000 2nd gen. I heard that OpenGL might be broken with HD3000 graphics. Hmmm. Thanks in advance.

asked Nov 05 '12 at 16:07

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Has OpenGL 3.2+ worked before on your video card? If it has, then you may just have to reinstall the video card, as that could fix any problem which has been caused over time. If it hasn't then, perhaps try to install some new drivers for the videocard, as these could contain an update which will add support for OpenGL 3.2+.

I am not really an expert on this sort of thing, as I have never really experienced this sort of problem. However, I have found in the past that updating or reinstalling the drivers fixes several problems, so perhaps give that a try. I hope this helps! :)

answered Nov 05 '12 at 16:43

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Thanks. I'll notify here whether or not it works.

(Nov 05 '12 at 18:24) Caelan Caelan's gravatar image

That did not work. I called ASUS and they said that it is essentially, out of their hands.

(Nov 06 '12 at 07:28) Caelan Caelan's gravatar image

Sorry that didn't work. After searching the web, I found out that Intel may not have released the drivers for OpenGL 3.2. Intel are probably the best people to contact in this situation as they are the ones who make the drivers for the OpenGL graphics.

Here is the link which I found: http://www.opengl.org/discussion_boards/showthread.php/176745-intel-hd-3000-support-of-openGL

(Nov 06 '12 at 12:33) Ryan1996 Ryan1996's gravatar image

Thank you for your continuous support Ryan. I may report back here eventually.

(Nov 07 '12 at 15:51) Caelan Caelan's gravatar image

That's absolutely fine! I am always happy to help!

(Nov 07 '12 at 16:03) Ryan1996 Ryan1996's gravatar image
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