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UOSteam Intel ICD OpenGL Driver Error

Discussion in 'Guides' started by parsnip, May 21, 2017.

  1. HibbiGibbi

    HibbiGibbi New Member

    Jul 23, 2017
    Hello everyone, I'm back again.

    So last night (November 15, 2017) my computer downloaded a windows update....."Windows 10 Fall Creators Update". I thought to myself at the time "This better not screw up my openGL Driver thing again!"

    Guess what? It did.

    However, armed with the knowledge of my 8 month journey before- I went strait to the culprit.

    It appears my overwritten entry for the folder "0001" was reverted back to say the false location again- so I yet again manually changed it following the instructions from the guide posted above. Restarted my computer and received the same error message.

    So I went back into regedit and this time looked into the "0002" folder and changed those values to mirror those in the "0001" folder and restarted my computer. It fixed it!

    So I'm back up and running again- but thought I'd post a little update for anyone who may stumble upon this at a future date.

    Regedit After.png
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  2. iDzk

    iDzk Neophyte

    Mar 15, 2016
    High Troika
    The first solution didn't work for me aswell, but i did as @HibbiGibbi said, and edited my 0001 folder aswell, copying the steps from the 0000 folder, and it worked! :)
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  3. Iniak

    Iniak Neophyte

    Oct 17, 2017
    Downloading the updated Intel driver and then installing it via the Update Driver fixed this problem for me too. Thank you to everyone who spent time figuring out the different fixes for people.
  4. TwistedSix

    TwistedSix Journeyman

    Dec 11, 2013

    Just ran into this issue... Tried the method outlined in the thread without any success. Updated the driver through the Device Manager and everything works well now.
  5. Bruak

    Bruak New Member

    Nov 25, 2018
    Bruak, Bizantino, Otomano
    OK, so I have a weird one for the experts.
    I got a new laptop which has dedicated nvidia graphics and the onboard intel. UO Steam works perfectly when the laptop is not connected to an external monitor, but gives me the "OpenGL ES Error Can't Find Intel Graphics" when it's connected to the external monitor.
    I do use the nvidia graphics to run the external monitor, to be able to run it at 144Hz (very important to me, as I play CS:GO on it). I tried everything from this topic and nothing works. Any ideas I can try?
  6. Young Star

    Young Star Grandmaster

    Jul 6, 2015
    Bryden Rivers, YoungStar, Young Star, Tom Sevenstreams
    I am getting that same issue now. It is pretty recent. They drivers updated and are newer than the ones that have been suggested to use in this thread. I have to basically start 3 clients with my monitors disconnected then connect them in order to start UO with steam.
  7. Tandj99

    Tandj99 New Member

    Aug 10, 2017
    Good evening all. So the other day my computer did some updates and now my Steam wont start. I get ther "OpenGl ES Error" I have done all the steps (several times) and still no luck . I noticed that I now have 2 opengl files (will attach picture) I have tried putting them both to the same ig9icd32(and 64).dll as instructed. Figured before I gave up I would ask in here. (I even joined the http://discord.uoforever.com channel (kithkanan2)


    Any help would be appreciated.
  8. Bruak

    Bruak New Member

    Nov 25, 2018
    Bruak, Bizantino, Otomano
    does anyone have an update on this?
    My issue with the laptop connected to an external monitor persists, even though there were a few driver updates in the meantime.
  9. Poptart

    Poptart Master

    May 17, 2013
    I can help with this, message me in http://discord.uoforever.com if you're still having problems.
  10. Rocksteady

    Rocksteady New Member

    Feb 18, 2014
    Man this is happening to me now.

    -I updated my Intel Onboard GPU to the latest driver
    -I also followed the steps above for the changes on 0000 and 0001 (I didn't have a 0002 or 0003) and I still get the error. I can load up UO just fine with UORazor.
    -I tried updating my onboard gpu from "auto" to "enabled" in the BIOS, I've also set it to "disabled" and "auto"
    -I tried putting the same .dll name for both 0000 and 0001, didn't do anything so I put it back to just the two different .dll names (0000 = nvoglv64.dll and 0001 = ig9icd64.dll)
    -I uninstalled/reinstalled nvidia drivers
    -I uninstalled nvidia geforce experience (kept it uninstalled)
    -I tried downloading studio drivers instead of game-ready from nvidia and that made my screen black and never recovered... I had to do some crazy bios/safe mode shit in order to get my system back on my 1070 gpu. lol

    Is it possible to delete these 0000 and 0001 folders so the system can recreate them? maybe that'd help? I'm pretty much out of options and might to go back to Razor.
  11. Spatule

    Spatule Neophyte

    Feb 23, 2014
    Thanks! It worked for me too!
  12. clutchxo

    clutchxo Grandmaster

    Jun 27, 2014

    nothing worked.

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