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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?
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>>663356
>>>https://blender.stackexchange.com/
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Get it working on linux buddy
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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
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>>663356
>What should I do?
the state of your typical Blendlet
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>>663356
>What should I do?
Call Blender support.
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>>663356
download 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.
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>>663366
GPU user here. I've never had that issue. Even with an older computer running 2.79.



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