nothing “command not found” or “not an internal command”
My bad, windows release does not support mesa.
Are you able to run other opengl applications ? Qt Applications ?
You also could try to use pvpython and see if this fails or not.
Yes, but it did not was abble to run paraView. I got a solution, I downloaded ubuntu and started over in linux. It’s working pretty well, now the problems are on the operator.
Thanks for the attemp
I gave up trying it on windows. Do I have to close the thread?
Hi, guys, I am having the same problem, any help to resolve this. I am using an HP 650 laptop with Intel Pentium CPU B970 @ 2.30GHz processor, Intel® HD graphics adapter and 6GB RAM. What could I have done wrong?
Do you have an HD 3000 graphics card ?
If so your computer does not support OpenGL on windows 10. See here for more info.
@cory.quammen : that’s the 3rd user with this problem. should we mention that somewhere ?
Thanks I will check it out
I don’t know. We don’t keep a list of incompatible graphics hardware anywhere. Intel HD 3000 is pretty old at this point and discontinued.
Fair enough. This is a very common card though.
Try the workaround I gave on this other thread
I’m getting same problem. Windows 10, NVIDIA GeForce 1070, OpenGL installed. Unfortunately solution with mesa (opengl32.dll) doesn’t work. Tried ParaView version 5.8 / 5.6 Any idea, how to solve it? Thanks in advance!
Please share the bottom part of Help -> About.
Hi, I can’t click on anything in ParaView. Full screen of program freezes, there is “loading” mouse icon (program doesn’t responding) and after 5 seconds program closes itself.
Are you able to do the following ?
- Open a terminal
- Navigate to ParaView bin directory
from paraview.simple import * info = GetOpenGLInformation() info.GetVendor() info.GetVersion() info.GetRenderer()
My bad, I forgot a line. See above.
That looks like a bug in Qt. Ideally, you would want to build ParaView yourself with different version of Qt to see if you can reproduce.
Sounds little bit complicated . I rather installed Ubuntu to VirtualBox and I’m using ParaView in Ubuntu (no errors there ). But thanks for your help!