How to fix openGL version issue in my laptop (HP pavilion-amd 5600h with geforce gtx 1650 -win 11)

Karthik V 0 Reputation points
2024-03-29T10:43:29.76+00:00

Lap specifications

windows 11 latest

AMD 5600h processor

nvidia gtx 1650 graphics.

When i try to use 3d modeling softwares it is showing openGl version is 1.1 need higher version to start. windows is not using my gpu . used dxdiag command and it shows "Renderer: GDI Generic

Vendor: Microsoft Corporation

Version: 1.1.0

"i tried to update my graphics card and it is using the latest version

please help me in this .

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  1. Karlie Weng 13,951 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2024-04-01T02:32:29.5733333+00:00

    Hello,

    You may try to download the drive from NVIDIA's official driver download page (https://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx).

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    Once downloaded, run the installation file and follow the instructions to install the driver. Make sure to restart your PC after the installation is complete.

    After installation, launch NVIDIA Control Panel, verify that your NVIDIA GTX 1650 is correctly identified under the "System Information" section and that the driver version is up-to-date.

    For the 3D modeling software you use, look for graphics preferences/settings and ensure that the software is set to use the NVIDIA GPU.

    Last, in "System" > "Display" > "Graphics". Add your 3D software .exe file to the list. Once added, click on the software and choose "Options". Select "High performance" under "Graphics preference".


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