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  1. My work laptop needed to get moved from XP to Win 7 32 bit. I've tried installing Stellarium but it comes up with a driver issue "Your platform does not support minimal required OpenGL 1.2. Please upgrade drivers for graphics card". Stellarium worked on this laptop before so I know that there isn't an issue with the hardware. The IT guys also say that it has the latest graphics drivers installed. Anyway, has anyone seen this message before and where is the best hassel-free site to download this from. I triied an older version of Stellarium but I just got the same message. The laptop is a Sony Vaio, which the IT guys don't like. It has 32bit Win 7 installed. Thanks in advance Dave
  2. Ok, after a stalled attempted a few months back, I am now determined to learn how to use SGPro for helping out with my imagining sessions. Going to be lots of questions over the next couple of weeks, and the first one is pretty basic . I am using an Atik One 6 CCD camera which has a built in filter wheel. Does anyone know what driver (ASCOM?) I need to use so that SGPro connects and controls the filter wheel properly? I am proberly doing something stupid, but none the the dropdown ones seem to work .
  3. Not sure testing follows the .. some old (16IC), something new (383L), something borrowed (11000 & 4000) and something blue (titan).. the circuit board is my skeleton 4000 and finally an EFW2. My weekend is a final hardcore testing session for the OSX drivers I've been writing. The 428ex through 490ex have already been tested and work nicely. Steve at ATIK has kindly loaned me a 11000 and 4000 for testing for the weekend. I'll probably try putting together a through the scope comparison tomorrow .. but for now.. let the testing commence!
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