Where do I put the OpenGL files to make them work? The GLSetup that comes with Quake III Arena only works under Win95 and Win98.
Once I downloaded the newest OpenGL (put the files into C:\Windows\System), Quake worked fine the first time. But the consequetive tries failed, with grafics being strange (basically everything–scenery and players–consisted of triangles and the lighting was weird).
P.S. I have a Permedia2 video card, it’s got the newest drivers.
where did u download the opengl files?
Right here on this site (www.opengl.org), the OpenGl 1.1.
Well… I downloaded OpenGL 1.1 and copied the file opengl32.dll to the C:\Windows\System32 folder and guess what?
IT BLOODY WORKED!!!
WindowsXP will recognise the fact that you have replaced it own LAME version of opengl32.dll and tell you that a critical file has been changed and insert your Windows XP Installation CD to restore it (or words to that effect) - just click on cancel and tell it to bugger off!!!
Rocket Arena 3 - I’M BACK!!!
You’re lucky, dude, cause this doesn’t work for me. I’m pretty sure the old .dll gets replaced since the OpenGL95.exe is a DOS problem and it goes ahead and just replaced whatever it wants…
Any other advice?
Appreciate your help.