Started by Martin Thompson, June 19, 2011, 12:58:21 pm
QuoteObtain the atioglxx.dll file from a previous version such as 10.4.1. download the appropriate 10.4 install package (32 bit, 64 bit)2. launch install application3. install process. We only wanted to unpack the files.4. open a command prompt (type "cmd" at the run box)5. browse to folder containing atioglxx.dl_ (yes, that's an underscore). Mine was in this path:C:ATISupport10-4_vista64_win7_64_dd_ccc_wdm_enuPackagesDrivers DisplayW76A_INFB_982825. expand the file by typing without the quotes (meh, or even with the quotes lol) "expand atioglxx.dl_ atioglxx.dll"6. copy that newly extrapolated .dll toa. 64 bit Windows -- c:windowssystem32 and c:windowssyswow64. I opted to rename my old ones to *.old but I don't know if that was necessary. Also, these old OpenGL games on my Vista 64 bit OS didn't start working correctly until the file was in the C:windowssyswow64 folder so I don't know the circumstances where it will look in the system32 folder.b. 32 bit Windows -- C:windowssystem32
Quote from: "Veritas"You could also just rename the exe to quake3.exe.