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berserkk
1st July 1999, 16:30
Erm on the matroxusers news page ant is telling peole to delete the opengl32.dll from thewindows\system dir.. should we be doing this? i just did it installed pd 5 and my opengl games wont run - i can get the orig windows opengl.dll file easily through a networked comp but just wondering if pd has its own and it has not installed correctly or ant got a lil confuzled

Kruzin
1st July 1999, 16:40
NONONONONONONONNO!!!!!!!

DON'T DELETE OPENGL32.DLL from windows\system!!!

Do delete it from quake2's folder, or anywhere else you installed the D3D wrapper, but the windows one in the system folder MUST be there!

I have already messaged Ant about this.

berserkk
1st July 1999, 16:43
Ta Kruzin (that was quick=)

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Kruzin
1st July 1999, 16:50
Just hope he wakes up soon and fixes it before 5000 people who don't do the forums read it, and have no hope of figuring it out http://forums.gagames.com/forums/wink.gif

Ant
1st July 1999, 22:56
Ah shaddup http://forums.gagames.com/forums/smile.gif It was info I had from Matrox with the beta ICD :P The problem I was getting confused with was that GLDirect overwrites this file and often (certainly in my case) when you uninstall it it doesn't replace it with the default windows one as it should do and you are basuically screwed. Hey I was updating the news at 3:30AM yet again http://forums.gagames.com/forums/wink.gif

WilZ
1st July 1999, 23:33
Yep it was 3:30 AM! And he was babbling like a madman. -- No offence to the MadMan http://forums.gagames.com/forums/wink.gif

Wil

acobra
1st July 1999, 23:54
While we are discussing 3:30 am posts:

One more correction Ant - to disable Vsync, you want to add a string value not a key...

I doubt many people will have a problem cause you can't assign a value to a key anyway, but just thought I'd throw that out there.