OpenGL and NVIDIA GeForce3 based graphics cards

  Happy37 19:45 19 Apr 03

I am sending this email to ask whether anyone knows out there knows if there is a new release of OpenGL on the horizon or in the near future.

The reason why I ask this is because I recently tried to install a game called MDK2 which requires OpenGL support to run and display graphics correctly in the game.

I ran the GL Setup program and connected to the website at click here and was told that the program does not have a dedicated OpenGL driver for my NVIDIA GeForce3 graphics card. On reading the "readme" file for the program,
I saw that it said that GLSetup currently includes drivers for the following
NVidia Riva 128/128ZX and Riva TNT/TNT2/GeForce1&2/MX/Quadro1&2...

What I would also like to know is there a site as to where I could be able to download the latest version of OpenGL from so that I could play games
such as MDK2 and possibly others in the future?

Any replies or suggestions would be most appreciated.

Thanks for your help.....


  powerless 19:47 19 Apr 03

click here for the latest drivers.

This should help you.

  Happy37 20:07 19 Apr 03


Thanks for your response, but what is it that I need to look for on the NVIDIA page?

Any keywords that I have to search for, or is it that obvious and it's staring me in the face!!!
Please let me know.

Thanks for your help...


  powerless 20:16 19 Apr 03

It's staring you in the face.

If you click my above "Click here" and Follow the path from left to right...

Left > Choose "Graphics Driver".

Middle > Choose "GeForce and TNT".

Right > Choose your Operating system.

Then click "go" you'll be given drivers to downlaod just download them.

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