I need OpenGL enabled on my other 4 computers so my children can all play a game called minecraft together. We have 5 identical Toshiba A10-S127 laptops with identical Intel 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controllers and identical drivers. One of them asked sometime last year if we wanted to enable OpenGL while we were using a program and I said yes. I thought we were running Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 when this happened so I installed it on the other 4 and have tried every possible thing I can think of to get it to ask the same question and activate OpenGL on those video cards too. I even called Adobe and talked to them to no avail. I have searched for days on the internet and various forums for a solution. Everything says to install the latest drivers but all the drivers on the 5 laptops are all identical and apparently already the latest. The laptop that has it active has an extra tab that says OpenGL at the top of the Graphics Properties page for the Intel Extreme Graphics Controller. The other 4 do not have this tab. I have tried absolutely everything I can think of and just need to know if there is an easy way to enable the OpenGL feature on the other 4 laptops.