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This error is mostly caused by an incorrect optimization of drivers on your Computer or Laptop. In this article, I am going to tell you how you can fix OpenGL Errors In Windows 10.
OpenGL Errors In Windows 10 is not a big issue, however, users get frustrated when they see this error. Here I am going to tell you some of the easiest solutions that you can follow to resolve this issue once and forever.
Windows Operating System is one of the best Operating Systems and with every update Windows is getting advance and advance, but after some time, bugs and issues starts to appear.
We have received complaints from many of our users that they are facing some issues with OpenGL, graphic card, and FPS.
How To Fix OpenGL Errors In Windows 10
Here are some of the solutions that you can follow to fix OpenGL Errors In Windows 10.
Install Display Drivers In Compatibility Mode (Latest Drivers)
- Visit the official website of the manufacturer of your graphic card.
- Now look for the latest drivers for your graphic card.
- Download the latest drivers of your graphic card.
- Once the download is completed, find the driver setup file.
- Right-click on the setup file.
- From the menu choose Properties.
- Click on the Compatibility tab.
- In this tab, Look for “Run this program in Compatibility mode for” and tick mark it.
- Now, select the operating system that you are using from the drop-down list.
- Click OK and run the setup file.
If some of the system files that you are using are missing or corrupted, Then you’re going to feel some issues and errors. One of those errors will be including OpenGL errors.
You can easily fix this issue by using the System File Checker tool. To use System File Checker Tool you have to open Command Prompt as an administrator.
Once you have opened the Command Prompt as an administrator then enter this command “sfc /scannow”.
Now, wait for the process to complete. One the process is complete restart your Laptop or computer and check if the error is resolved or not.
Adjust your PC’s performance
- Open Settings and select PC Info.
- Select Advanced system settings.
- From the top of the Select the Advanced tab.
- Now, look at Performance and click on Settings.
- In Virtual Effect Bar, Mark “Adjust for best performance”.
Now your PC will perform at its peak.
If these solutions do not work then you have to wait for the hardware manufacturers to release new and updated drivers that are optimized and compatible with Windows 10.
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