I need full OpenGL-Support
I need full OpenGL-Support,
This is a problem in the Intel graphics driver and has been fixed by Intel in the latest graphics driver (126.96.36.19949 or later).
Daniel Winner commented
In a similar position myself. Laptop with Intel Graphics P630, NVIDIA Quadro M2200, and DisplayLink dock with two external monitors connected and ANYTHING that requires OpenGL will not run when connected using the DisplayLINK doc. This is a huge problem. Only solution is to disable the Intel display driver but then it appears OpenGL rendering happens in software, not ideal. PLEASE PROVIDE A FIX FOR THIS PROBLEM, either Intel or DisplayLink or both, it is STILL BROKEN IN 2021 with DisplayLink DRIVER 10.xx
THIS MIGHT BE AN OPTIONAL SOLUTION IF YOU'RE USING LAPTOP !
It's now 2020 and none of the suggestions here fixed my problem ):
Updated the drivers, from the manufacterer site, from Intel's sitem etc... nothing !
I wasn't able to see graphics on some of my VSTs (audio extenstions), when I was connected through the Dynadock USB 3.0 display (was limited to OpenGL 1.1 support)
Direct connection fixed the problem, but wan't an option, as I don't want to wear 'n' tear my HDMI socket.
The same goes for keeping the laptop lid open. No !
Finally the solution was this:
Going to multiple display settings,
and instead of choosing "Show only on 2" (the external dynadocked monitor)
I selected "duplicate these displays"...
eh Voilà !
I now have OpenGL 4.X support on my external docked monitor !!!
windows 10 pro user
Date is irrelevant. You're talking about another branch, so different driver software altogether.
I recommend you contact Intel to request a fixed driver for your platform.
I have the Intel driver 10.18.10.4885 installed on my laptop which is obviously later that stated above (4849) and it still does not work. I have an Intel HD Graphics 4000 in my laptop which reports OpenGL 4.0, with the DisplayPort adapter connected it report 1.1.
This is extremely annoying to the point that I want to return it in exchange for a product that actually works.
Wayne Liu commented
FYI, my operating system is Win7 Ultimate, CPU i7-3632QM. All the programs that requires OpenGL doesn't work. And I just update my graphic adapter drivers to the latest version. It still crash. Waiting for the new bug fixed driver~~~
Wayne Liu commented
Unfortunately, my laptop CPU i7-3632QM, is not in the supported CPUs list. When will Intel fix this bug for my CPU? I need to run Matlab.
@smadon: Intel has accepted the bug and delivered a new driver fixing it, see the reply from my colleague from 10 days ago. OpenGL is irrelevant to DisplayLink driver here.
Same Problem, I would like to use an external USB screen working with the DisplayLink Drivers and the application ArcGIS is crashing because it needs to have OpenGL .
Please, update the drivers to have OpenGL Supported.
@Markus, the fix won't come from DisplayLink driver. It is currently in discussion between Intel and Microsoft.
I have the same issue and it would be good to have a display link driver which would fix this problem. I figuered out, that if I am not at the dockingstation everything works well and if I open Ssketch Up before docking it will work also after I have docked. But when I close it I am unable to open it again as long as I am at the docking station.
I also have this issue. I only have OpenGL support 1.1 when my primary monitor is connected to the DL-3100 docking station and my laptop lid is closed. Please help address this issue as it is needed for many applications and prevents our engineers from using their docking stations productively
@Henning, please do create a bug report to your graphics card vendor requesting "OpenGL to work on the standard Indirect Display from Windows 10 Redstone". Also use the Windows Feedback Hub to express the need. Another technology company (DisplayLink) asking for something to be fixed has less weight than a customer (you) asking!
That's too bad when most CAD software for the ever growing 3D printing market is based on OpenGL. This renders all existing docks for lightweight laptop I know of useless.
I am also having the same issue. After installing the Windows 10 Anniversary edition, our Nuuo client stopped working with an error message of OpenGL 2.0 compatible graphics card is required. The program works fine if I am not connected to the Dell Displaylink Docking station.
Prior to the Windows 10 Anniversary edition, the program worked fine while docked.
Can you please propvide some reference to this open bug report so that I can follow it? I am having the exact same issue. I have a dell laptop with 2 display adapters. Using them directly works with the software in question (Simplify3D), but through DisplayLink D3000 it reports the current version of OpenGL is 1.1 where 2.0 is required. Like the OP I am also seeing an issue with my DisplayLink Network Adapter. All of this began last week I believe.
David Garza commented
Starry Night Enthusiast fails to run after the Windows 10 (September 2016) Update and the DL 8.0 Driver update. The program throws up an error that says "No supported OpenGL Driver Found" The program than exits.
I have traced it to the Dell Displaylink Power Docking Station. If i disconnect the dock or force it to use the laptop display, the program starts correctly.
On a possibly related issue, the Ethernet port stopped working after DL 8.0 update.
Starry Night Enthusiast is produced by by Simulation Curriculum. I have filed a help ticket with them making them aware of the problem.