How do i upgrade the opengl version of my gdi generic graphics card Tags: Drivers Adobe Graphics Cards OpenGL Windows XP Displays Last response: March 9, 2012 6:52 PM in Windows XP Share john duffy March 9, 2012 8:26:33 AM I have xp home edition .I use adobe premier elements 9 for movie editing.Adobe send a message ststing they have detected an imcompatable display driver and I should up date .they display gd1 generic 1.1.0 but I need help to update. More about : upgrade opengl version gdi generic graphics card PhilFrisbie a b \ Driver a b U Graphics card March 9, 2012 6:52:55 PM Try updating your video drivers. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How do i upgrade the opengl version of my gdi generic graphics card Forum Some programs take GDI Generic graphics card? Forum how to upgrade my dell laptop 5470 opengl to opengl version 2.1 Forum How can I know that which version of OpenGL Optimization does my card have? How can I update it to the latest? Forum Will I have to upgrade my graphics cards for the PC version of GTA5? Forum SolvedHow do I upgrade my graphics card? Forum upgrade of graphics card and open cl version Forum SolvedHow To Upgrade A Graphics Card From A 1024MB GeForce GTS 240? Forum SolvedHow do you upgrade Graphics Card? Forum SolvedHow to upgrade my integrated graphics card? Forum how to upgrade my nvidia geforce with cuda graphics card Forum SolvedCan I upgrade my graphic card and how? Forum how to know if this computer can be upgrade to new graphic card in the future Forum How long will this graphics card last till I need to upgrade? Forum Is and Integrsted ATI Radeon HD 4200 graphics card good, and how do i upgrade it? Forum how to upgrade your graphic card Forum How often do you upgrade your graphics card? Forum Need Help on how to upgrade graphics card! Forum How to upgrade the graphics card on a laptop Forum How to upgrade graphics card of HP DC7700 SFF Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !