It's definitely not a hardware problem, I've been using blender on the same laptop for over 2 years and it run smoothly but a few days ago, windows 10 had on of its stupid "updates" and now blender crashes everytime I try to launch it. I tried everything, I deleted it and reinstalled it multiple times, I reinstalled all my drivers, I tried older versions and nothing worked. The only thing that sort of worked was putting OpenGL.dll in blender's folder, now blender does start but It's laggy as hell. What should I do?
Get it working on linux buddy
that can't be right, its not the windows update.might be an optimization issue with the gpu. perhaps windows update changed the rate of optimization, re-install gpu drivers
>>663356>What should I do?the state of your typical Blendlet
>>663356>What should I do?Call Blender support.
>>663356download an older version. the newer versions need opengl 3.1 or something to run.I know because I had a similar problem running blender on an old laptop.
>>663366GPU user here. I've never had that issue. Even with an older computer running 2.79.