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Windows 7: OpenGL Failure with CS 1.6

26 Feb 2014   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

hey frnds :) I created account here just to solve your problem :) this is not a big deal and can be fixed easily !
just follow this tutorial I was having the same problem but now... no more problems
CS 1.6 Windows 7 OpenGL Error Fix

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