Updating opengl drivers
In Windows 8, if you're in Metro mode, choose Desktop, then open the Search Charm, which is where you type in dxdiag.
Updating the graphics driver can resolve display issues in Adobe applications.
10.6, 10.7) in order to get more capable video drivers Simply click the "Update Driver..." button on the video driver tab of the Display Adapter control panel.
If that doesn't work, please try this: Windows (Advanced) Quick Links: Mac OS X | Windows XP | Windows Vista | Windows 7 | Windows (Advanced) Sadly, outdated and buggy Open GL drivers on Windows PCs are an altogether common industry-wide problem.
In some cases, updating the graphics driver can resolve stability issues in Adobe applications.
I have v1.1 of the Open GL driver installed on my Windows 7 machine.
If I upgrade the video driver to the latest version will I be using a higher-level opengl version so far for the board? If I upgrade the video driver to the latest version will I be using a higher-level opengl version so far for the board?
For Mac OS X, this is generally not an issue, as the drivers are updated automatically.
However, if your GPU is older and doesn't support Open GL version X, then your driver will provide up to Open GL version Y capability (for some Y With this, is the video driver responsible for providing the ideal version of opengl for gpu? The translation did not allow me to understand well.
Are the items marked in red the ones that do not work well?
I'm not sure which web page you're seeing red on, and you didn't say which GPU you have.
But to take an example: * Ge Force GTX 760 (Open GL Capabilities Database) Here you can see a lot of red and green (is this the red you're talking about? Green means the extension "is supported" on that driver.