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Hi, I''m having trouble getting OpenGL to work on my XP computer using Visual C++ 6.0 Pro as the compiler. Please don''t give me any links because I tried them and they surely don''t help at all. I need simple steps that the opengl offical site does not provide. thanks.

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It''s not very much information you provide, what problems are you having?

You said you didn''t want link''s but anyway here is one.

LizardCPP

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If the code compiles, but you can''t run them ( basic GL functions etc ) - install new video drivers for your card - XP drivers doesn''t supply OpenGL by default.

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quote:
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If the code compiles, but you can't run them ( basic GL functions etc ) - install new video drivers for your card - XP drivers doesn't supply OpenGL by default.


mine did :S

Go to nehe like LizardCPP suggested, it's a great site to learn OGL.

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[edited by - Tera_Dragon on May 31, 2004 8:05:03 AM]

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