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Hey guys,

I have the latest version of Buildbox, with latest nVidia GTX 460m drivers installed, I have tested nVidia OpenGL SDK and have successfully rendered OpenGL driven demos. All settings have been reset to default.

When ever I attempt to preview I get "OpenGL version 2.0 support is required for Preview"

Attachment of logs are below:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ccyj0nhar6l8sbe/Buildbox_LOGS_2015-07-06-09.33.43AM.bblog?dl=0

thank you

 

 

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"OpenGL version 2.0 support is required for preview"

I have the same problem. It worked well when i saw running windows 8.1. After it expired, I installed windows 10 and now it gives me the OpenGL error when i click preview.

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That is strange the OpenGL drivers are apart of the GPU DRIVERS..which does not sound right because my computer it was build back in 2011 with the Intel HD4000 and it runs buildbox just fine..... Something must be blocking buildbox detection of the drivers......

Have you tried uninstall the nVidia drivers all the way back to the generic drivers
Restart the PC
Run BuildBox to test and see if the generic windows GPU drivers work
Install the Latest nVidia drivers be it the beta or stable which ever is the newest
Restart the PC
Run BuildBox to test and see if the

OR Disable your GPU Drivers and Run BuildBox to see if the generic windows GPU drivers work that way

Also you can try uninstalling BuildBox and try and reinstall it as well with both test cases above

  • marek
    still nothing, I've tried .... all variations along with more legacy versions, so 6 different combinations.... I have passed OpenGL 1.1, 2.0 to 2.1 rendering test in "OpenGL Extentions Viewer" from http://www.realtech-vr.com/glview/download.php .... only thoughts could be an environment variable not set, or the call to check openGL version buildbox does not like my machine ..... happy to provide any feedback as this may assist someone else, if this is an isolated issue then i am happy in using an alternative machine ..... Apologies about the formatting of this comment, it has bad word wrapping.
  • raziel23x
    have a try with Orical Virtual box and create a VM and see if it works in a emulated environment also there might be something wrong with your Graphics card......
  • marek
    Graphics card works fine according to "OpenGL Extentions Viewer", I am able to just use OpenGL 2.0 to pass all the rendering tests. I will try the virtual box suggestion.
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Have you installed your latest Drivers for your Video card?
  • marek
    Yes they're the latest drivers , I have tried the latest Stable and Beta.
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