Verencius Jan 5, 2013 @ 4:09am
OpenGL problems on launch
I get an error that says "No Graphic Hardware Acceleration" as the title and then continues to say

"Your graphic card or driver does not support OpenGL hardware acceleration. Make sure you have the latest graphic driver installed. Ticket to Ride will now shutdown."

How do I fix this? Does anybody know? // The Graphic Card I have is ATI Radeon 4850 and everything worked when I had Windows 7, but stopped after switching over to Windows 8. The card is a legacy card (supported until April 2012) and the drivers are the latest supported ones. The problem lies with Win 8 trying to manage everything (most likely), but is there some work around for OpenGL drivers?

// Funny thing. I can launch Skyrim in Hi-Res, but a game made for iPad, just refuses to work..
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dave.spicer Jan 5, 2013 @ 4:37am 
Same issue here. The website says to update the drivers. I'm running a ATI Radeon 5470, as with you Skyrim on high. Other OpenGL games like Mine Craft are working fine.
Last edited by dave.spicer; Jan 5, 2013 @ 4:54am
Verencius Jan 5, 2013 @ 6:09am 
ok I did run update of the drivers from ATI website (Legacy drivers) and now TTR starts for about 2 seconds and shuts down. I can hear the first two seconds of the tune playing and white windows pop up... running as administrator + setting compatibility to windows 7 does not help
isilindil90 Jan 5, 2013 @ 12:29pm 
I've the same problem... Drivers updated and still nothing.
buchecker Apr 27, 2013 @ 9:37pm 
Originally posted by isilindil90:
I've the same problem... Drivers updated and still nothing.

ATI Radeon 4850 here + Windows 8. Not working. Time to ask for a refund ...
EricB@DoW  [developer] Apr 30, 2013 @ 7:27am 
Blind guess : it sounds like the OpenGL driver is not working and Windows falls back on the software renderer. This happens sometimes when upgrading Windows to a newer version. Installing new drivers does not work because the drivers of the previous installation are still around. It also happened to gamers who installed a new video card from another vendor (nVidia) and had both video drivers installed and confusing the system.

In order to confirm this theory you could install GLView (http://www.realtech-vr.com/glview/) and see what renderer is used in the Extension tab. If it says you are running the software renderer you must remove the drivers and install new ones :
- boot in failsafe mode,
- uninstall all video drivers,
- reboot in failsafe mode,
- install latest ATI drivers
- reboot in regular mode
- check with GLView that you are now using the actual ATI video drivers.

That should tackle the problem. Idf it does not, please contact the support (http://www.daysofwonder.com/en/contact/digital-t2r/)
SwassGlass Jul 25, 2013 @ 8:49pm 
Any more ideas on this? My asrock Z78 mother board with on board video can't play this.
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