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I receive a “could not load openGL subsystem” error whenever I try to play Call of Duty.
Netbook: Samsung NC10
O/S: Windows XP
Graphics: Intel mobile 945 express
Have I downloaded the most recent drivers from the intel and samsung website: Yes.
Does anyone have any advice? It seems other people on the board can play this game.
Thank you so much!
Sounds like your driver installation might be screwed up – you need to reboot into safe mode and remove the display drivers, and use Revo Uninstaller to remove everything else. Reboot back into normal mode and then install the latest graphics drivers from Intel.com – NOT the Samsung site.
Thank you. I will attempt this.
Does anyone else have any advice, in the event this does not work?
I’d recommend reading through this if it doesn’t work:
Patch the game.
I’m pretty sure it ran fine for me instantly; however, I also installed the latest patch.
I have v1.4
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