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Play PSP Games on PC using PPSSPP Emulator

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How can I fix the problem of OpenGL 2.0 driver error?

When I open my PPSSPP emulator on Windows 8 32-bit, the popup always shows about insufficient OpenGL support.

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Unfortunately, this error occurs when your computer's graphics processing unit (GPU) does not support OpenGL 2.0, which is required to run the PPSSPP emulator. The reason your GPU doesn't support OpenGL 2.0 is because it is not powerful enough; this happens on many older computers or budget products that use integrated graphics as a way to cut costs and save on battery life or power usage. If you use a laptop, you unfortunately will not be able to upgrade your GPU since it is soldered onto your computer's motherboard; thus, you will not be able to use the PPSSPP emulator. However, if you use a relatively new desktop computer (with a tower), you may be able to purchase a GPU that is compatible with OpenGL 2.0. Search Google for "[your computer model] compatible GPU" and see if any of the suggestions that come up are compatible with OpenGL 2.0. If not, you will not be able to run PPSSPP. However, if you find a GPU that is compatible with OpenGL 2.0, you can purchase the GPU, install it inside your computer, and you may be able to run the PPSSPP emulator.

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