You desperately need to update that video card driver from NVidia's website.
i got the drivers i tested out so far from the dell support site,windows update and my backup.
i will download now the Version: 341.21 WHQL and test it out.
ok i downloaded now the newest driver (hope i got the right one) from the nvidia page
restarted the notebook but opengl is still not available in photoshop.
Don't use the registry setting - that is only there for GPU makers to debug their driver code.
Do update the driver from the GPU maker's website (not Microsoft, and not a system builder).
i did updated the driver, getting it from nvidias website.
i posted the link to it above but that doesnt worked out.
there are partner specific driver too on the website but under adobe pscs5
i couldnt find the k1000m so i used the general search and picked the linked
can i harm the system by using that registry method?
right now it seems to work.
The only harm is that Photoshop can crash or show bogus image data because you are forcing Photoshop to trust a video card driver that has serious bugs in it.
thx for the warning.
i will test it out the next days to see how it turns out.
i posted about that issue on a dell forum section too..maybe someone there knows a driver which works without being forced.