DIALux EVO 9 hang on Fusion/win10x64

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Csuleiman
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Re: DIALux EVO 9 hang on Fusion/win10x64

Post by Csuleiman » Wed Apr 29, 2020 7:10 am

Hi bbfans,

You can either download the evo9.0 patch 2 setup from our website (https://www.dialux.com/en-GB/download/dialux-evo) or use the direct download link to our server:
Evo 9.0 patch 2: https://b2b.dial.de/index.php/s/KRO89NOSTXzToVl

Best regards,
DIAL Support Team

bbfans
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Re: DIALux EVO 9 hang on Fusion/win10x64

Post by bbfans » Wed Apr 29, 2020 7:21 am

thanks for your fast response, I tried but always the same story "OPEN GL3.2". I hope you find a solution thanks


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Re: DIALux EVO 9 hang on Fusion/win10x64

Post by kvkozierowski » Wed Apr 29, 2020 10:00 am

Hi bbfans,

This seams to be another story. If this message appears it informs you that your graphics adapter driver does not support OpenGL 3.2.

Best Regards
Kolja

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Re: DIALux EVO 9 hang on Fusion/win10x64

Post by bbfans » Tue May 05, 2020 8:43 am

Unfortunately I can't find a solution I hope you can find a patch for it. Attached print screen, thanks


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Re: DIALux EVO 9 hang on Fusion/win10x64

Post by kvkozierowski » Tue May 05, 2020 9:57 am

There is an important difference between your hardware which is of course capable of OpenGL 3.2 and the driver present to evo.

Because we do not use macOS/Apple computers we cannot support you with this issue, sorry. Perhaps another user can help you here.

Best Regards
Kolja

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