I am having a similar problem, although I am certain I have open gl enabled on mine,
my problem is some of my applications are not picking up on the open gl abilities.
I run glviewer for verification of open gl and all was fine, infact better than my old geforce 9300 card!
So maybe this is the problem with yours?
google glviewer and it is free and will help you I think. Look for realtech-vr .com
If you have solved your probelm maybe you could help with mine by explaining how, or if you have come to some conclusion that might help me.
I am seriously considering a new card but tthat is not easy as i have the new acer z5700 which is not old and not much info on it at mo but do know some ati cards work just dont know what ones, lol.
I thhtink that some applications will only pick it up if open gl exists on a seprate card not integrated like ours, but games and fully rendered 3D will be OK.
Hope this helps a bit, I see you have been posting help for this all over but got none so far.
PS: latest driver is: 188.8.131.522,
also I am running 64 bit windows 7
I don`t think that your problem is the same as mine.
I have solved the problem on my machine:
I had previously installed an ATI card. The ati-dlls in WINDOWS\system32 are loaded by the Intel desktop driver (bug, since this is only needed for the notebooks with hybrid / switchable graphics).
Solution: Deinstall the ATI driver and make sure to delete all ati*.dll in system32.
I'm very disapointed about my video card: intel hd graphics. thus regarding movies and other aplication that requiers video editing wich is best, in gaming......not so good. in fact not good at all. if i can't play even starcraf 1, will rock, or diablo 2........ I agree i didn't bought dell n5010 i3 for playing games....but still......
is there no driver or an update to make it work on windows 7 32 bits?
if someone knows something pls, pls, let me know