I am getting the OpenGL 3.0 or higher is required issue.
I have a brand new build. It has an ASUS ROG Maximus X Hero with an Intel Core i7-8700K. Most germane to this issue though, it has an ASUS Radeon RX 550 DirectX 12 AREZ-PH-RX550-2G video card. I am running Windows Server 2012 R2 with the intent of running AudiophileOptimizer.
I am sure the the video card is new enough that it supports OpenGL 3.0. But the problem is that Windows doesn’t recognize the Radeon as a Radeon. Instead it thinks the Radeon is a “Microsoft Basic Display Adapter”. I have deleted the adapter, but, before I can load the correct Asus drivers, the Microsoft adapter reappears.
I found an old thread here that directs us to GLview. But all GLview does is have us run Microsoft Update. I am in the midst of doing that update right now, but I really don’t expect that to work.
I have torn the web apart to deal with Windows Server’s failure to detect the video card as something other than a Microsoft product. But the only things that are mentioned there that I HAVEN’T tried have to do with updating the BIOS. Frankly that scares me because that often causes more problems than it solves. And I don’t have any confidence in my ability to roll back the BIOS version (nor to update it in the first place, for that matter!)
So does anyone have any additional ideas how I can deal with this? I have wasted three days trying to solve this to no avail.