This is why I was wondering if I can upgrade my openGL version independent of the video driver. Yeah, I tried this route. This content has been marked as final. Do note the warning by me and the admonishment by Adobe in that thread. So, I have some warm fuzzy that OpenGL is enabled on my systme.
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xhipset Ah well, sounds like it might be getting to be time for a new laptop then. I am using Windows 7, bit OS. I did try to go through the Intel driver upgrade process. The return codes are different, and you get a version 1. Is there some minimum openGL version that CS6 must see?
I tried this, and it took me a bit further in photoshop. Do note the warning by me and the admonishment by Adobe in that thread. The GPU sniffing process generally doesn’t block you from correct operation; there are reasons for the failures.
Support for Graphics Drivers for Mobile Intel® Express Chipset
Go to original post. I can now turn on acceleration, and attempt gm695 do 3d features, but I get a rude. There are 3D settings. You don’t have Chipse enabled. I will try to document the limited set of things I can do, and also the. I will do more testing and respond with more detail on this thread later.
Downloads for Graphics Drivers for Mobile Intel® 965 Express Chipset Family
Correct Answers – 10 points. My driver seems to support OpenGL, so is there some configuration thing I can do to get Photoshop to recognize my video accelerator to make this work? I will try to document the limited set of things I can do, and also the limited set of options I can see. Your openGL is okay, and mine is okay.
So, I have some. I just took a glance over at Dell.
You might want to glance at this thread for shh secret info on how you can force things along via the registry Yeah, I tried this route. Windows will usually be at least 6 mos, or longer, out of date. Under advanced settings I see very few options. If you run it what do you see?
Here’s what I get with it on a system that properly sets up to use the GPU Well, I’m on a laptop so that might be an issue. Detected my graphics drivers and indicated that: So, I was hoping that either a there is some combination of choices with these OpenGL options to enable enough of it so that Photoshop CS6 3D features would work, or b maybe registry settings to hack at to “enable” OpenGL or some way of getting Adobe software to try to rediscover the accelleration support once I change the settings.
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