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dandd

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i need help with a game called call of duty

it is saying when i load cod up Could not load OpenGl.make sure that you have the latest drivers for your video card from the manufacturers website.
wot should i do
i have put in the latest drivers and looked at the manufacturers website plz help.
(p.s i not now wot graphics card i have lol)
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computerwiz12890

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You may have to play around with the video settings in the game. If you can turn off OpenGl, or switch some of the configurations, that could solve your problem. If that doesn't help, move to the Games forum and re-submit your problem. This doesn't involve the operating system.

Hope I helped
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wannabe1

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Hi dandd...Welcome to G2G!

To find out which graphics card you have, Right Click on "My Computer" and choose "Properties". Click on the "Hardware" tab and then Click the "Device Manager" button. Click the "+" next to "Display Adapters" to expand the list. Your graphics card should be listed here. Make note of the make and model then go to the manufacturer's website, download the latest drivers for that model card, and install them. Restart your computer.

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