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Video card: GeForce 7600 GS/AGP/SSE2

Vendor ID: NVIDIA Corporation

OpenGL Version: 2.1.2 NVIDIA 169.09

 

This is latest CVS build (today) on Debian Linux using RC build options + SIMPLE_LOD. No crashes. This is NVIDIA driver version 169.09. However the ELglProgramLocalParameters4fvEXT() call caused a crash in the Debian stable driver version 1.0-8776

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Yes, this is a knwon bug with the previous Nvidia drivers.

Btw, hope you will enjoy your new video card :D

Thanks! So far so good :D

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Video card: Intel 845G

Vendor ID: Intel

OpenGL Version: 1.3.0 - Build 4.14.10.4342

 

 

Problems.

 

Edit: I open the client and I get a Microsoft Visual C++ problem (Runtime Error) and then it terminates 'in an unusal way'

I don't even get the chance to log in, This happens when I initialize Open GL extensions as I start the client.

Edited by umbrena

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Video card: Intel 845G

Vendor ID: Intel

OpenGL Version: 1.3.0 - Build 4.14.10.4342

 

 

Problems.

 

Edit: I open the client and I get a Microsoft Visual C++ problem (Runtime Error) and then it terminates 'in an unusal way'

I don't even get the chance to log in, This happens when I initialize Open GL extensions as I start the client.

Same thing happens to me

 

Intel® 82865G Graphics Controller

 

Video Card: Intel 865G

Vendor ID: Intel

OpenGL Version: 1.3.0 - Build 4.14.10.4396

Edited by Kidberg

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Video card: Intel 965/963 Graphics Media Accelerator

Vendor ID: Intel

OpenGL Version: 1.5.0 - Build 7.14.10.1350

 

same as Kidberg and Umbrena:

Edit: I open the client and I get a Microsoft Visual C++ problem (Runtime Error) and then it terminates 'in an unusal way'

I don't even get the chance to log in, This happens when I initialize Open GL extensions as I start the client.

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Video card: GeForce 8600 GT/PCI/SSE2

Vendor ID: NVIDIA Corporation

OpenGL Version: 2.1.2

 

Driver version: 169.21 (latest version from Nvidia).

 

No problem so far.

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Video card: ATI Radeon HD 3870

Vendor ID: ATI Technologies Inc.

OpenGL Version: 2.1.7278 Release

 

updated new video driver release date feb 13

 

still receive patchwork or solid character/animals

 

still showing the sync/re-sync issue same time frame every 10 el seconds for 2 el seconds but only in the water, not on the land.

 

buffer errors except the Error creating buffer: Invalid Name on game initiation.

 

getting hundreds of these in error logsno

[16:10:40] Invalid selection type (5)!

[16:10:40] Invalid selection type (4)!

[16:10:40] Invalid selection type (5)!

[16:10:41] Invalid selection type (4)!

[16:10:41] Invalid selection type (5)!

[16:10:41] Invalid selection type (4)!

[16:10:41] Invalid selection type (5)!

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Video card: GeForce 6100/PCI/SSE2/3DNOW!

Vendor ID: NVIDIA Corporation

OpenGL Version: 2.0.1

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Video card: GeForce 8800 GTS/PCI/SSE2

Vendor ID: NVIDIA Corporation

OpenGL Version: 2.1.2

 

Had problems logging on at one point, seems to be fixed, haven't extensively looked for bugs though.

 

-Sistema

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Video card: ATI Radeon HD 2600 PRO

Vendor ID: ATI Technologies Inc.

OpenGL Version: 2.1.7278 Release

 

Driver Date: 22. 1. 2008

Driver Version: 8.453.0.0

 

Problems: Crash while changing resolution

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Video card: GeForce 8600M GS/PCI/SSE2

Vendor ID: NVIDIA Corporation

OpenGL Version: 2.1.2

 

Driver Provider: NVIDIA

Driver Date: 11/7/2007

Driver Version: 7.15.11.6743

 

Seemed to work pretty well with original RC and so far no trouble with RC 6. BTW this is Vista - I have to update my linux distro to run EL on the linux box. Edit: this device driver still has bugs though: Display driver stopped responding and has recovered (nvlddmkm). This was happening with the regular client also.

Edited by Puntif

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Video card: GeForce FX 5200/AGP/SSE2/3DNOW!

Vendor ID: NVIDIA Corporation

OpenGL Version: 2.1.2

 

Big lag with Pre RC 1, 2 and 3 (haven't tried the others)

Edited by Garnoo

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Video card: GeForce 8800 GTX/PCI/SSE2

Vendor ID: NVIDIA Corporation

OpenGL Version: 2.1.1

 

Driver: 163.75_forceware_winvista_32bit_english_whql

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Video card: Intel 915GM

Vendor ID: Intel

OpenGL Version: 1.4.0 - Build 4.14.10.4609

 

The 25_02_07 RC6 runs with the --use_animation_program=0 option (runtime error without the option), same as the _24_.

I have not explored much ingame yet.

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I use 2 different computers/ using Pre RC 6 (el_pre_rc_old_selection_25_02_07.exe)

 

Laptop: Windows XP 32 bit

Video card: GeForce4 420 Go/AGP/SSE2

Vendor ID: NVIDIA Corporation

OpenGL Version: 1.5.4

 

DriverVer = 09/21/2005, 6.14.10.7911

 

No problems

 

 

Desktop: Windows Vista 64 bit

Video card: GeForce 6100/PCI/SSE2 Vendor

ID: NVIDIA Corporation

OpenGL Version: 2.1.1

 

DriverVer = 7.15.11.6369

current windows driver

 

runtime crash going into EVTR mine like others are having

Edited by draavell

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Video card: RADEON 9200 Series DDR x86/SSE2

Vendor ID: ATI Technologies Inc.

OpenGL Version: 1.3.1072 WinXP Release

 

no problems

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Video card: GeForce4 440 Go 64M/AGP/SSE2/3DNOW!

Vendor ID: NVIDIA Corporation

OpenGL Version: 1.5.3

 

No problems

(did only few testing, like interracting with creatures end NPCs, always in "poor man").

 

Driver version: 7.2.3.0

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