1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 13, 2011 3:17 PM by MaliKarlHeinz

    GMA-600 OpenGL problem

    MaliKarlHeinz

      Hi,

       

      it is not possible to run my World Wind Java application (0.6.728.14544) or the demo WWJDemo.jnlp (http://worldwind.arc.nasa.gov/java/demos/) on a brand new Motion CL900 Atom Oak Trail tablet. A blank screen with the exception "Method glActiveTexture not available" is the result.
      Is the actual Intel GMA-600 (PowerVR SGX535-GPU) 8.14.6.3056 driver not really OpenGL compatible or how can I fix the problem?
      Please help me.
      Thanks a lot.

       

      Karl

       

       

       

       

       


      Intel(R) Grafik-Media-Beschleuniger-Treiber für Notebooks - Bericht

       


      Report Date:        07/05/2011
      Report Time[hr:mm:ss]:    19:34:39
      Driver Version:        8.14.6.3056
      Operating System:    Windows 7 Professional* , Service Pack 1 (6.1.7601)
      Default Language:    German
      DirectX* Version:        10.0
      Physical Memory:        2033 MB
      Maximum Graphics Memory:    760 MB
      Processor:        x86 Family 6 Model 38 Stepping 1
      Processor Speed:    1500 MHZ
      Vendor ID:        8086
      Device ID:        4102
      Device Revision:    04

       


      *   Accelerator Information   *

       

      Accelerator in Use:        Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator 600
      Video BIOS:        3056
      Current Graphics Mode:    1366 x 768 High Color (60 Hz)

       

       

       

      *   Devices Connected to the Graphics Accelerator   *

       


      Active Notebook Displays: 1

       


      *   Notebook   *

       

      Monitor Name:        Generic PnP Monitor
      Display Type:        Digital
      Gamma Value:        2,20
      DDC2 Protocol:        Supported
      Maximum Image Size:    Horizontal: 8,0  inches
                  Vertical:   4,0  inches
      Monitor Supported Modes:
      1366 x 768 (59 Hz)
      1366 x 768 (60 Hz)
      Display Power Management Support:
          Standby Mode:    Not Supported
          Suspend Mode:    Not Supported
          Active Off Mode: Not Supported

       

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