After updating my drivers a few months ago I've lost all support for OpenGL, meaning I can't play most of my games anymore. I have attached the specs of my graphics card to know if there's anything I need to do.
That's because laptops by default use the integrated graphics for all OGL applications. Not the discrete card.
What OGL game are you referring to?
Minecraft is the main example, I'm pretty sure Geometry dash is the same
You could do this:
Check laptop manufacturer for bios update.
In the bios, display..change the 'switchable' graphics to 'static'/'fixed'...(or whatever the manufacturer calls it). This will disable the integrated graphics and the laptop will use the discrete graphics for everything. However, computer must be plugged in....battery power is shortened drastically.
I updated the bios then rebooted to go in it but couldn't find that option, I own an HP notebook
which model of machine
web page for it would be helpful
Machine has R5 M430 graphics, drivers are on AMD.COM
HP Notebook - 15-ay118nf Product Specifications | HP® Customer Support
Well turns out there apparently was an Intel Graphics driver update which I had not seen, fixed everything!
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