Video card driver/loading issues.

I just got Call of Duty for the PC. You know, the $30 game of the year edition. Just recently, our hard drive crashed and burned and we couldn’t recover any of the files. When I got the PC, all the stuff was already installed and taken care, add a few things that my friend said we needed. So we had to put all the stuff back on the new drive ourselves. Well, I’m not sure if I got everything back on.

I successfully installed Call of Duty, got DirectX9 installed as well. It was looking good. Well, when I ran the game, right after the Loading Call of Duty window disappeared, an error message popped up saying, “Could not load OpenGL. Make sure you have the latest drivers for your video card from the manufacturor’s site." I don’t know exactly what to do. Could someone help me please. I know the video card can handle the game. It could handle Half-Life 2, at least before the drive crash. reply

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08-20-2005 02:35 PM
RageOverdose

Open GL is part of your video driver.So find out what video card you have install Ati or Nvidia or whatever and go as the message said to manufacturer site and download the latest driver.If you install a new hard drive I guess you know how to find out the name and model for your video card.Install the new driver and start from there. reply

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08-20-2005 02:48 PM
labish

I checked the Nvidia drivers and I’m wondering, can I use the new version 77.56 on my card? I’m pretty sure my card is in the GeForce4 series and I don’t know if the new driver will work or not. reply

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08-20-2005 03:40 PM
RageOverdose

Correction, it is version 77.77 I was looking at. reply

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08-20-2005 03:41 PM
RageOverdose

i have xactly the same problem but me g card is geforce fx 5700 series and i dont have a clew wots goin on it sais “Hunk_Clear: reset the hunk ok
Could not load OpenGL. Make sure that you have the latest drivers for your video card from the manufacturer’s web site." i mean wots the manufacturesrs website pls pls help me reply

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09-19-2005 11:39 AM
daniel

Before you install a new driver for your video card check to have the DirectX 9.0c from Microsoft and after that go here: http://www.nvidia.com/page/home.html My advice is stay away from beta drivers. reply

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09-19-2005 07:18 PM
Marcus Aurelius

Could not load OpenGL. Make sure that you have the latest drivers for your video card from the manufacturer’s web site. reply

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10-15-2011 07:56 AM
mustafoski

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