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Problem with OpenGL





kattymeowmeow
Ok, I have a RIVA TNT 2 (Embarassed old old OLD graphics card Embarassed), which I know for a FACT supports openGL and for some reason, the graphics are now messing up on GL games that do run (most of them crash). I'm thinking it's a driver problem, but I can't seem to find the drivers for the TNT 2. Nvidia no longer hosts them (but for some reason, hosts the older TNT 128 drivers). Here's my specs

    *Windows XP Home Edition
    *Intel Pentium II Processor
    *256 mb RAM (64 mb free optimised usually)
    *Nvidia RIVA TNT 2 Graphics Card

HELP!
AlexNet
I have found a driver that fits your model and OS, and downloaded it for you.

I have placed it at *edit* I dont have it in my hosting anymore, please try the links provided by the other members


Alex
Akselus
kattymeowmeow wrote:
Nvidia no longer hosts them (but for some reason, hosts the older TNT 128 drivers).

Nvidia host them all the time, ForceWare suports Riva TNT 2 !!!
GO on nvidia.com->download drivers->graphic driver->GForce and RIVAT TNT2->select your os.
Just install them and you will have opengl back.
gh0stface
The best driver for your vision will be the 30.82 driver set. The newer ones are optimized towards their newer cards.

http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp-2k_30.82.html
http://www.nvidia.com/object/win9x_30.82.html

When installing these drivers, always uninstall your old video card drivers and have your anti-virus disabled when you reinstall your nVidia drivers.
wumingsden
AlexNet wrote:
I have found a driver that fits your model and OS, and downloaded it for you.

I have placed it at http://midcoasttech.frih.net/drivers/rivatnt2.zip

Please tell me when you have downloaded this file, so I may remove it from my hosting.

Hope it works for you, post back nonetheless, so I know whether to remove it.


Alex


Note that this may be going against the license agreement. I recommend you deleting it from your hosting account. Also, you could of just provided the direct download link rather than downloading it and then re-uploading it again.
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