User Community for Visual Computing

Call to Intel graphics driver/software developers!

As a gamer myself and friends that play them, I ask you Intel driver/software/UI developers to listen.

You promise that in few years you'll have Processor Graphics that will solidly rival entry, or even mid-range discrete graphics. With every generation since the first HD Graphics marketing comes to us and says wonders about the iGPU that's coming.

What's the point?

Problem with loading Minecraft into our family PC

I would like some advice. We have quite an old PC that I let my younger son use, but when loading the online game minecraft was told I had bad video card drivers. I have a Intel 82945G/GV/910G Express Chipset Family. The game won't even open and just gets stuck on loading up. I have found the 3d Settings tab, and tried changing some of the settings, but nothing has worked. I would appreciate any advice people can give me for establishing and Open GL Mode on this type of video card.

Visual Adrenaline iOS app diseaster

This may not be the exact place to post this, but I couldnt find a more appropriate spot.

When I installed the VA app on an iPad 2 with the then latest iOS 5 (and on an iPhone 4 w iOS 5)two, three months ago it even wouldnt really start. Blink some screen and bye.

Couldnt find a support link in a reasonable amount of time, so I simply ignored the app.

With version 1.1 nowI gave it another shot. Now this time they made rrreal progress! The app even started AND the About works. BUT NOTHING ELSE! No View Article, no video.

imsl version 6, under windows 7 operating system, visual fortran 10, microsoft visual studio 2005

I am trying to run IMSL version 6, under windows 7 , compiling as 32 bit. (note, all my non imsl fortran projects which were running under windows xp are compiling just fine as 32 bit under the windows 7 operating system).

I get errors

error cannot open include file link 'link_fnl_static.h'
error in opening the compiled module file check include paths [IMSL_LIBRARIES]
error in opening the compiled module file check include paths [DLPRS_INT] (this is an LP solver routine I call)

I think the problem is related to, under windows xp, which does work with IMSL,

wz31000 crashes in ig4icd32.dll


wz2100 3.1 beta 2 keeps crashing in this dll. Is this a driver or an app problem?

Os is win 7 64 bit

Faulting application name: warzone2100.exe, version:, time stamp: 0x4f31befa

Faulting module name: ig4icd32.dll, version:, time stamp: 0x4e973113

Exception code: 0xc0000417

Fault offset: 0x00898aca

Faulting process id: 0x66c

Faulting application start time: 0x01ccece78f25ed98

Faulting application path: C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Warzone 2100-3.1_beta2\\warzone2100.exe

Installation of Intel Fortran Compiler

I tried to install an Intel Fortran compiler for Ubuntu 10.10 Linux. I tried to download some 10.0 and 10.1 versions of Ifort but the installation is giving errors such as: relocation error: /lib/ symbol strlen, version GLIBC_2.0 not defined in file with link time reference

Can anyone help me out with instructions(appropriate version to download, codes to use on the terminal, etc.) on how to install the ifort?

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