NVIDIA OpenGL Driver (Not Responding)

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Hi dear,

I receive this error when i try to play game in my computer at Windows XP Operating system.

I don't know why this error occurs please provide me guidelines.

NVIDIA OpenGL Driver (Not Responding)

Your hardware configuration does not meet minimum specifications needed to run the application.

The application must close.

Please visit http://www.nvidia.com/page/support.html for help.

OK

Thanks in advance.

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NVIDIA OpenGL Driver (Not Responding)

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You are facing problems in your Graphics Driver. It could be happened for many reason.

It might because of your Driver is an old version driver. You can change the driver by downloading  latest driver.

You can get latest driver from different sites.

Downloading latest drivers might solve your problem. Or, your computer is not capable of running the driver or the Graphics card.

You should buy the graphics card which supports your PC. Sometimes it could be graphics card's problem.

Sometimes it is damaged. You should try your graphics card to the other PC.

If the graphics card is okay then change your driver. Or, re-install your windows.

You can download your Driver from this site:

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NVIDIA OpenGL Driver (Not Responding)

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  • The problem is mismatch of the NVIDIA openGL drivers and the Graphics card drivers. This two should be compatible
  • You mentioned about playing game, you should know that these games are updated regularly for advantage of the company to increase market share due to the competitive technology.
  • The solution is to keep upgrading your graphics cards drivers. If you take a moment to check for details about the specification of this new games software they do require more than 64 Mb memory and most of them require more than 256 Mb memory of graphics.
  • Also boost your computer with Directx accelerator of graphics.

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