Thanks for joining the community and for pointing out the error.
I am sorry to hear that have had issues with the Intel® Graphics Controller on your computer.
I would need more information in regards to your system configuration:
Please copy-paste or attach the Graphics report generated within the Intel(R) Graphics User Interface. To access this report, please click on Start >> Control Panel >>Intel GMA driver >> information >> Save To File...
Also, please include DirectX report, click Start, and click Run, type dxdiag in the Open box, and then click OK.
Thank you for the information.
I am currently researching on this issue. As soon as I can, I will send you a message with my findings. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Update first post
Intel beta drivers Build (10.18.10.3496) are supported new extensions Opengl .
@Carlos26, I was going to ask if you actually had the 3496 driver installed correct5ly in your first post. I appears you do now. The 3496 does support all extensions.
@Robert_U Thanks for you response yes, I've installed this version 3496. and not resolved to all.
I.E : Extension GL_ARB_Shader_image_load_store not supported on Ivy bridge but supported Haswell devices ????
Also I Tested on DHrpcs3/rpcs3 · GitHub this App Requires fully OpenGL3.3 support but don't work glEnable error x0500 and also Opengl Initialization glDepthBoundsEXT failed on Intel HD graphics but working on AMD/NVIDIA GPU
We have had several OGL fixes since the 3496 driver you original tested on. Could you test with the latest version 3945 Intel® Download Center and provide your feedback on remaining issues?
This is correct, we support GL_ARB_Shader_image_load_store (which is an OGL 4.2 feature) on Haswell, but not on Ivybridge (IVB= OGL 4.0).
As for glDepthBoundsEXT, its part of the GL_EXT_depth_bounds_test extension, which we do not support on any configuration currently.