Open GL error while playing angry birds

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I have installed windows 8 on my system and when I play angry birds, I get the following error on my screen:

The error says:

 

OpenGL 2.0 renderer not supported Reason

OpenGL 2.0 is not supported

OpenGL 1.4 renderer not supported Reason

OpenGL 1.3 is not supported

Can anyone please explain how to remove this error?

Looking forward to your replies

Regards

young

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Best Answer by Nicke Baker
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Answered By 0 points N/A #189156

Open GL error while playing angry birds

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Hello Young,

You will need to install graphics drivers using the following procedure:

  • First, you will need to execute the file you downloaded, and then copy the path to the Installation Folder. That folder has  the display drivers.
  • You will need to go to Start >Control Panel > Device Manager > and then choose Display adapters.
  • After  that right-click your video card,  and then Properties > Driver > Update Driver.
  • And then browse my computer for driver software.
  • You will need to paste the location of the installation folder and then press Enter.

Regards,

Nicke

 

Answered By 70 points N/A #189157

Open GL error while playing angry birds

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Hello,

OpenGL is one of the world’s most popular GUI building language. Many games and software run their UI with this rendering service. If no OpenGL driver is found, the UI data can’t be rendered so you can’t play Angry Birds. This is a very annoying thing when I faced. But its solution is easy.

In order to solve your issue, you must install the latest version of your graphics driver. All graphics driver come with OpenGL rendering support.

Go to Start menu >> type “dxdiag” >> hit enter. From the “Display” tab, find out your graphics card’s name. Then, search the web and get the latest driver for your PC.

Here are the most popular graphics card’s support website containing downloads of the latest driver.

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