Tony Karavidas wrote:

> I have problems too with an Nvidia GeForce2 card. It's supposedly OpenGL
> compatible, but who know...
>
> Protel should be able to tell us what version of OpenGL they REQUIRE and
> there should be a test suite that we could do on a card to know if it will
> work properly. Heck, each card manufacturer probably has numerous bugs in
> there OpenGL implementation, hence the need for constant driver updating.
>
> If I were to buy another video card, I would first ask Protel: "What card
> WORKS PROPERLY with your tools? What card(s) have you tested?"
>
> Even the third party 3D guy (Qualicad I think) mentioned problems with
> various OpenGL implementations. (I never could get their tool working on my
> machine, but it did work on my notebook although it was slow)

One thing you need to do is to download the latest OpenGL drivers for
your board from the manufacturer's web site.  This is likely to help out
a great deal.

Jon

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