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Discussion in 'General Software' started by oli_ramsay, Jul 8, 2008.

  1. oli_ramsay

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    I've been trying to open this file:

    http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=50127

    But I can only hear the music and I get no visuals (It's meant to be a flash demo I think)

    Anyway, upon reading the readme.nfo I see that it requires openGL 1.0

    Does any1 know where I can find this thing? I've been looking on here: http://www.opengl.org/ but I cant find what I'm looking for.

    Cheers 4 your help! :respect:
     
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    OK I've done a little research and OenGL is inculded in all graphics cards drivers :)

    But for some reason I can't get this to open, maybe it's just vista. I've tried compatability mode and still a blank screen...
     
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    Random idea: "ati fix", listed right under the download button. I'd randomly believe that could be useful with you having an ati card and all.
     
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    Not a bad demo btw, a bit large though. Then again he used jpg's and an MP3.
     
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    Just tried the ati fix version on my pc,works now.I did try it before and it never worked,the fix version does tho.

    I remember demos like this in the amiga days.I guess this kinda thing is still going strong.Just dont hear much of it these days.
     
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