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I have been using Singularity for a few years on Windows 8, but recently upgraded to Windows 10. I saw some things where SL is not compatible with Intel HD 3000 graphics, but it was running fine before I upgraded. I get the message "Unable to run because your video card drivers did not install properly, are out of date, or are for unsupported hardware. Please make sure you have the latest video card drivers and even if you do have the latest drivers, try reinstalling them." I have Intel 2nd Generation HD Graphics, which is a pretty old version, but was working great until I went from Windows 8 to Windows 10. I'm hoping this doesn't result in me needing a new computer. Any ideas?
My long-time favorite viewer seems to completely crash my more than capable gaming PC. I've used Singularity for about six years, with no problems, even on really crappy computers. I am now running an Alienware Aurora R8, for reference. Not the best, but certainly capable. Singularity was the best for building, roleplay, and even hosting! It won't load my avatar, but will load everything around it, and that's even if I turn graphics down, up, where it's recommended, it can't find my inventory... Doesn't matter. It soft-crashes my entire computer (as in no blue screen, but the screen will go black and I'll have to hard reset.) Catznip is my second favorite and doesn't crash my system no matter what the heck I do to it, but I'm missing a lot of the functionality of Singularity. And I don't really like to run firestorm, as it takes a lot to do so. While my computer is capable, I like a lighter program. Am I missing some kind of update or something? Has there even been one in the past few years? I go on their website and the latest I see is from 2016... I miss my favorite viewer!
Singularity Viewer (64 bit) 1.8.7 (8185) Jan 21 2020 03:25:51 (Singularity Beta) Release Notes Grid: Second Life Built with MSVC version 1924 CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4720HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz (2594.01 MHz) Memory: 16273 MB OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 64-bit (Build 18363) Graphics Card Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation Graphics Card: GeForce GTX 960M/PCIe/SSE2 Windows Graphics Driver Version: 20.19.0015.4531 OpenGL Version: 4.6.0 NVIDIA 441.87 RLV Version: RLV v2.8.0 / RLVa v1.4.10a libcurl Version: libcurl/7.61.0 OpenSSL/1.1.0g zlib/1.2.11 WinIDN J2C Decoder Version: OpenJPEG: 1.5.2 Audio Driver Version: (none) Dullahan: 1.1.1320 / CEF: 73.1.12+gee4b49f+chromium-73.0.3683.75 / Chrome: 73 LibVLC: 2.2.8 hello there, i got a problem here. when im trying to click on for example an cell or even teleporter i dont get the menu up so i can choose what to do.. i have tried several viewers and same problem on everyone.. so i dont know what to do. please help, i dont find any solution for this anywere, and yes all of this worked before, i know im using the right tag and i do a permission to use all of it, when i press on an cell, it sais the menu is open, but again its not visible for me, so... what to do
So I have a crummy asus desktop I'm trying to turn into something useable. It has an AMD A8 APU with a built-in Radeon 7000-something GPU. I also have an Nvidia 430/1g card. Right now I'm using the APU. I have bumped up the "uma frame buffer size" to 2G since I have extra ram. I'm not sure/can't tell if this is helping anything or not. I can wander around semi-comfortably using a Singularity alpha with ALM enabled and DOF -FPS is around 20, 21. Turning on shadows kills it, though, and drops my framerate down to the single digits. I'm suspecting this means the framebuffer increase isn't helping -but I'd like feedback and suggestions. I can get in on either card, but I have to have ALM etc turned off if I want decent framerates. Right now I'm using windows 10 creators' update, and I've downloaded and installed the radeon drivers from AMD.