12-28-2012 07:34 PM
12-30-2012 05:55 AM
Hey there Javivelez,
We have another thread that is also facing your issue, if you could recall by chance the screen or display properties that you changed, it would be of great benefit. Thank you!
01-02-2013 05:30 PM
That's great! I'm glad you got it working, and that you reported back to us with your solution. I was trying to replicate your fix, but I was unable to follow the steps you posted, since I don't know where you began. Could you possibly go through the steps again in more detail, as in starting from the desktop and then going through the steps? Or could you post screenshots of your steps so we can actually see the fix?
Thanks in advance, and enjoy Minecraft!
02-02-2013 08:09 PM
I saw this solution elsewhere, including in a YouTube video, and unfortunately it didn't work for me, but I believe these are the steps for Windows XP SP3:
1) Go to Control Panel - Display -
2) Click the Settings tab
3) Click the Advanced button at the bottom right
4) Click the Troubleshoot tab
5) Under Hardware Acceleration, move the slider from Full to somewhere in the middle
This will reduce the hardware acceleration in the graphics card, which is sufficient to get OpenGL to work for some folks. Now if I can just find a solution that works for me...
11-29-2018 07:06 AM
Mine is only in System32 folder, I can't find it in System folder. What should I do to fix this? Because when I run adobe software, it crashed and have a pop up like this