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ET 2.55 win-x86 May 27 2003

----- FS_Startup -----

Current search path:

C:\PROGRA~1\WOLFEN~1\etmain\pak0.pk3 (3725 files)

C:\PROGRA~1\WOLFEN~1\etmain\mp_bin.pk3 (4 files)

C:\PROGRA~1\WOLFEN~1/etmain

 

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3729 files in pk3 files

execing default.cfg

couldn't exec language.cfg

couldn't exec autoexec.cfg

Hunk_Clear: reset the hunk ok

...detecting CPU, found Intel Pentium III

Bypassing CD checks

----- Client Initialization -----

----- Initializing Renderer ----

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----- Client Initialization Complete -----

----- R_Init -----

Initializing OpenGL subsystem

...initializing QGL

...calling LoadLibrary( 'C:\WINDOWS\system32\opengl32.dll' ): succeeded

...setting mode 4: 800 600 FS

...using desktop display depth of 32

...calling CDS: ok

...registered window class

...created window@0,0 (800x600)

Initializing OpenGL driver

...getting DC: succeeded

...GLW_ChoosePFD( 32, 24, 0 )

...35 PFDs found

...GLW_ChoosePFD failed

...GLW_ChoosePFD( 32, 24, 0 )

...35 PFDs found

...GLW_ChoosePFD failed

...failed to find an appropriate PIXELFORMAT

...restoring display settings

...WARNING: could not set the given mode (4)

...setting mode 4: 800 600 FS

...using colorsbits of 16

...calling CDS: ok

...created window@0,0 (800x600)

Initializing OpenGL driver

...getting DC: succeeded

...GLW_ChoosePFD( 16, 16, 0 )

...35 PFDs found

...GLW_ChoosePFD failed

...GLW_ChoosePFD( 16, 16, 0 )

...35 PFDs found

...GLW_ChoosePFD failed

...failed to find an appropriate PIXELFORMAT

...restoring display settings

...WARNING: could not set the given mode (3)

...shutting down QGL

...unloading OpenGL DLL

...assuming '3dfxvgl' is a standalone driver

...initializing QGL

...WARNING: missing Glide installation, assuming no 3Dfx available

...shutting down QGL

----- CL_Shutdown -----

RE_Shutdown( 1 )

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GLW_StartOpenGL() - could not load OpenGL subsystem

 

Im not sure what this message is but i just now started getting this message , maybe when i got my computer fixed the wrong things got removed . Is there a way to fix this ?

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Seeing as it's saying that it can't find any compatible video drivers, I'd say... you need to load your video card drivers from your manufacturer's website (nVidia/ATi probably), and give it another go.

Might also help to run ET as Administrator if you're using Windows 7 or Vista.

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patch your ET while you're at it.

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I've patched it but it still isn't working properly , and im an administrator but i still get the same pop up

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I had the same problem a while back. Updating my video card drivers fixed it. Some people have to reinstall their card for it to be resolved but just updating the drivers should do the trick. What did they fix on your computer if you don't mind me asking?

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I believe i had a virus so they reset it , maybe my graphics card was reset too ? Im not sure

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opengl error is also caused by wrong customheight and width in your cfg

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Windows XP but it says i have nothing .

Do i need to install windows Genuine ?

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Verify your resolution between your monitor n' your cfg.

 

Reinstall OpenGl

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... You have no idea what physical card is in your computer?

Do you have a laptop? If so, who made it? What's the model number?

Do you have a PC? If so, did you build it or have it built? If not, what company made it? What Model number is on the PC?

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Yeah... no.

Xfire does not list your video card as of this moment.

 

If you have a desktop PC, and is built by a major manufacturer like HP, Dell, Gateway, Acer, etc; the model number will help us determine where you need to download your video card driver from.

If you have a laptop, the same applies. There is a sticker on the bottom of most laptops that contains the model number.

 

Because your computer was formatted and probably installed with an illegal copy of Windows XP by a less than reputable company/business/friend, there will be no useful information gained from looking at any of the files or diagnostic tools at this time.

 

If your computer was built by a friend, family member, or yourself; you will need to look inside of your computer in order to determine what video card you have.

 

The only possible useful information that Xfire pulled, is that you have a Dell.

There should be a 7 letter/number combination on a sticker that says "Dell Service Tag" and may also have your "Dell Express Service Code" on it. I only need the one that is 7 letters and numbers long. This number is specific to your computer, and can be used on Dell's website locate the drivers meant for your computer.

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