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Old   November 8, 2004, 17:11
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Chris B.
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Hey Everyone,

In trying to get Fluent to work on my laptop, this is what happens. I go to open up a case file, and the first thing I do is try to display the grid with my Airfoil in it and this is what fluent tells me

Error message from graphics function Update_Display: Unable to Set OpenGL Rendering Context

Error: FLUENT received a fatal signal (SEGMENTATION VIOLATION). Error Object: ()

Anyone ever experience this trouble? or can give me any insight in how to fix it? My laptop is not even 3 months old.. a Dell Inpsiron 5150.. I know Open GL is related to my video card, but I have no idea how to solve it.. I have a nVidia GeForce FX GO5200 is that helps. If someone could get back to me please it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
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Old   November 16, 2004, 10:51
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Aris
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Try to download the latest driver for the video card - it worked to me.
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