02-27-2009 10:56 PM
i'm kinda pissed off by the switchable drivers, I've reinstalled the whole graphics driver (boot into vag mode, uninstall, reboot to vga, reinstall) and I can't run any opengl programs on the intel integrated graphics card.
Someone has found a workaround for this issue?
02-27-2009 11:07 PM
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02-28-2009 01:35 AM
Oh, sorry for that, I have a Lenovo T500 model: 2082-53G.
Details... hm... running quake3 ends up missing opengl32.dll after intro vid, and no problem with dedicated gfx. According to realtech VR opengl extension test I have windows only rendering with ogl 1.1 only (wikipedia mentioned the card has ogl 1.5).
Oh, why the dedicated card driver crashes on massive opengl applications/games? ( opengl3.0 test on realtechVR or doom3 engine and beyond?)