"MageKing17" said:... Whadya mean "again"? Did you read what Amarth posted?
"Zombie" said:Which would, again, not be a hardware problem.
Either that or the extension wasn't found on your computer (drivers) and you need to update your OpenGL stuff.
"Amarth" said:Judging from the specs of most people that use this forum, he'd have a better chance at solving his problem by replacing his card than getting new drivers, unless he magically posts with a response along the lines of "I fixed it kthx".
It means an OpenGL extension that was needed was not found on your graphics card. Obviously, it might be bad drivers, too.
I once had a similar D3D error which led to me getting my very first ever GPUGFX(TM). That solved the problem then, and it should solve his now.
Edit: Bah, I misread a few names while writing this. Ignore any inconsistencies.