.NET Enterprise Server 2003 Build 3718


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Solarix    0

how do i enable Direct3d/Opengl, in this OS, i forget how im gaving a newbie moment

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Jason    5

To use it as a server you don't need Direct3d or Opengl.

If you do want them then use XP, its a Server not a workstation OS.

If as you say you are a newbie what you doing with a server OS ?

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Solarix    0

im asking a simple question , and not looking for a twisted answer...... next

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Jason    5

I gave the correct answer, USE XP if you want OPENGL / DIRECT3D.

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tomwarren    68

He is right you should use XP and not .Net

However run dxdiag and enable it from there. Make sure you have OpenGL drivers though as the ones from M$ don't support OpenGL ;)

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Solarix    0

thank you, i asked this question because my TEACHER wanted to know.... so much for simple answers around here

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Jason    5

That doesn't make it right a teacher wanting to enable direct3d / opengl, he should use XP as there is nothing to gain from these on Win Server 2003.

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Joel    27
That doesn't make it right a teacher wanting to enable direct3d / opengl, he should use XP as there is nothing to gain from these on Win Server 2003.

Nobody will ever listen to you, didn't you know that a server OS is to play with as a desktop? [end sarcasm]

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Solarix    0

he just wanted to know, i didnt post this to fight over it

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