Have you tried running it in Admin mode?
(Right click the .exe, and click Run as Administrator, then a window should pop up, click yes)
Even if you're the administrator on your computer, you'll still need to do this.
Don't fold if you're made to bend.
Try to re-install Jedi Academy and then install MB2 V0.1
Always works for me :)
your using win 7 isnt there an option to run this game in win xp mode ?
or just as rambo says re-install jka then instal MB2 V0.01
i just renamed the old mb2 map to mb2old put all the old mb2 files in there
then unzipped the new one in jka map and that was it, works fine
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The "could not OpenGL" error keeps occuring even after I am admin
and updated all drivers and stuff for my computer. I don't think the
problem is with MBII as JK itself wont start ever since I tried reloading
it on my new computer.
- Plan C -
Yeah its just that I got that too, i'll mix things around a bit more latter today.
i have this problem too i just keep closeing the game and runing it till it works 1-5 times is the most i have had to try it
OpenGL failures are the bane of the quake 3 engine. Make sure that when you install JKA, you do it JKA, patch, mbII. Are you using the integrated graphics card you have brought up there? If so, I don't have any other good advice for you. I would also check on the MBII forums. You could try updating your open GL drivers. Last time I checked they were up to 3.2 or something crazy like that. Could help...
Also, some last minute things:
Can you run JKA after a fresh install and before the patch/mb2?
Can you run it after the patch?
If not, the problem is JKA and not mbII.
I was having that exact error after I got my new videocard.
I couldn't play for months until they released a driver update.
Make sure your drivers are up to date aswell, it might help.
You shouldn't need to run it in compatability mode, I don't and my game still works flawlessly.
Running as administrator might help, but I doubt that's the cause of the issue if it's an OpenGL error.
I had tried all kinds of user-made patches I had found online. Unfortunately I don't remember where they are, but some actually seemed to help a little.
If driver updates don't help, maybe apply some google-fu and dig around for some patches.