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There are a couple of possibilities but it's hard to know which one applies to your situation.  Some NVidia drivers have a reputation of not installing correctly the first time you do it, but seem to work fine if you re-install the same one again.  Go figure.  Dishearteningly, a more common problem crops up in comments from laptop owners who post on this forum:  People with Windows 10 installed on laptops (especially those more than a couple of years old) are surprised to find that Intel does not offer upgraded drivers to support OpenGL for some graphics chips.  You can check easily to see whether yours is in that category by studying the tables at http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/graphics-drivers/000005526.html   .  If so, you have no choice.  If you want to enter SL, you'll have to revert to Windows 7 or 8.1 or get a new machine.

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