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Posted · Cura won't launch with Nvidia

I have a 2GB Nvidia 750GTX Ti, and I can't get Cura to launch.  I get an error message: Could not probe OpenGL. This program requires OpenGL 2.0 or higher.  Please check your video card drivers.


I'm running current NVidia drivers (445.75), so I know I've got more than enough OpenGL support. I've tried redownloading (the file hash is the same), and reinstalling, but that did not make a difference.  


David F. 

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    Posted (edited) · Cura won't launch with Nvidia

    Are you perhaps trying to run Cura through an RDP connection? This is not supported, because RDP "hides" the opengl capabilities of the GPU of the host computer.

    Edited by ahoeben
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