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bikelife0216
09-19-2017, 04:59 PM
Downloaded Brink through steam. my computer meets what steam has listed as requirements. its a windows 10 HP Pavilion with HD graphics card that came with the pc. when i try to open games i got from steam i receive the following script error. hopefully someone can help. the software is up to date for the cpu and for the video card.



------ Initializing File System ------
Loaded pak000.sdpk2
Loaded pak001.sdpk2
Loaded pak002.sdpk2
Loaded pak003.sdpk2
Loaded pak004.sdpk2
Loaded pak005.sdpk2
Loaded pak006.sdpk2
Loaded pak007.sdpk2
Loaded pak008.sdpk2
Loaded pak009.sdpk2
Loaded zzzdlcenglish000.sdpk2
Loaded zzzenglish000.sdpk2
Loaded zzzenglish001.sdpk2
Loaded zzzenglish002.sdpk2
Loaded zzzenglish003.sdpk2
Loaded zzzenglish004.sdpk2
Loaded zzzenglish005.sdpk2
Loaded zzzenglish006.sdpk2
Loaded zzzenglish007.sdpk2
Current search path:
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\userdata\463469251\22350\local/base
C:\Users\braulio garcia\AppData\Local\Splash Damage\Brink/base
C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\BRINK/base
zzzenglish007.sdpk2
zzzenglish006.sdpk2
zzzenglish005.sdpk2
zzzenglish004.sdpk2
zzzenglish003.sdpk2
zzzenglish002.sdpk2
zzzenglish001.sdpk2
zzzenglish000.sdpk2
zzzdlcenglish000.sdpk2
pak009.sdpk2
pak008.sdpk2
pak007.sdpk2
pak006.sdpk2
pak005.sdpk2
pak004.sdpk2
pak003.sdpk2
pak002.sdpk2
pak001.sdpk2
pak000.sdpk2
file system initialized.
--------------------------------------
Loaded 3783 manifest elements in 26 ms - 192Kb
Discarded 0 manifest elements
Max filename length: 0 characters
Brink 1.0.23692.48133 win-x86 Nov 23 2011 12:55:20
couldn't exec 'brinkconfig.cfg'
couldn't exec 'autoexec.cfg'
Vendor: 8086 Device: 0046
2128 MHz Intel CPU with MMX & SSE & SSE2 & SSE3 & HTT
4 logical cores
2 physical cores
HT enabled
3888 MB System Memory
1723 MB Video Memory
Initializing performance queries
Detected
2 2.13 GHz CPU
3888 MB of System memory
1723 MB of Video memory on an optimal video architecture

This system qualifies for High quality!
Vendor: 8086 Device: 0046
Winsock Initialized
Found interface: {002D539B-920B-4E1C-ACAE-B47B2B459F11} Intel(R) Centrino(R) Wireless-N 1000 - 192.168.1.152/255.255.255.0
Sys_InitNetworking: adding loopback interface
--- Loading sequence: init ---
sound index file 'generated/preload/sound/pc/english/init.soundpreload' is zero length
------- Initializing render context --------
Initializing OpenGL subsystem
...calling LoadLibrary( 'wtsapi32.dll' ): succeeded
...initializing Windows Terminal Server API
...registered window class
...registered fake window class
...calling LoadLibrary( 'opengl32' ): succeeded
...initializing QGL
GL_VENDOR: Intel
GL_RENDERER: Intel(R) HD Graphics
GL_VERSION: 2.1.0 - Build 8.15.10.2900
********************
FATAL ERROR: The current video card / driver combination does not support OpenGL 3.1 or newer.
********************
The current video card / driver combination does not support OpenGL 3.1 or newer.
Shutting down OpenGL subsystem
...releasing DC
...resetting display
...shutting down QGL
...unloading OpenGL DLL
...unloading Windows Terminal Server API DLL

Dark Photon
09-22-2017, 06:55 AM
...windows 10 HP Pavilion with HD graphics card that came with the pc. when i try to open games i got from steam i receive the following script error.



Detected
1723 MB of Video memory on an optimal video architecture

This system qualifies for High quality!
...
...calling LoadLibrary( 'opengl32' ): succeeded
...initializing QGL
GL_VENDOR: Intel
GL_RENDERER: Intel(R) HD Graphics
GL_VERSION: 2.1.0 - Build 8.15.10.2900
********************
FATAL ERROR: The current video card / driver combination does not support OpenGL 3.1 or newer.
********************
The current video card / driver combination does not support OpenGL 3.1 or newer.


If you've really got the latest vendor-provided drivers installed, that's probably all you can do. But you/we can at least sanity check that your GPU only supports OpenGL 2.1, not 3.1+.

As to your specific GPU... Saying you bought an "HP Pavilion" is like saying you bought a "Ford" car. It doesn't imply a specific hardware spec, as its a generic name prefix slapped on a bunch of specific models.

To find out which specific GPU you have, you can probably just look under "Display Adapters" in "Device Manager". Show "Properties" on it, and report what you see there under the General and Driver tabs. I'd also check which CPU you've got and report that, as you're probably running with the GPU embedded on-chip in the CPU (Device Manager->Processors). Alternatively, I'd recommend downloading CPU-Z (http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html) and GPU-Z (https://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/) to help determine which CPU and GPU you have (note: CPU-Z reports the GPU under its Graphics tab).

From that you can determine what the latest OpenGL version Intel graphics drivers support for your GPU.