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Old 16 July 2002, 05:27   #3
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Glide is the propreitary 3dfx API, these cards supported OpenGL via the mini-GL drivers available from a number of vendors.

Try this little trick, search for the OpenGL32.dll file, should be in the Windows or the Windows\System folder. Rename this file to something like opengl32.bak. Now look for the standard 3dfx version of opengl, normally it's named something like 3dfxgl.dll or similar. Now copy this file if you need to into the same folder the opengl32.dll file was located. You should restart your computer afterwards and test this out.

I do believe the latest BETA release and the number of third party driver releases for this card have a more up to date opengl replacement

Try this site for the latest device drivers:
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