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  • Nigel Stewart
    Nigel Stewart

    I'd generally discourage copying GLEW .dll files into system directories.
    I recommend putting the .dll in the same directory as the application .exe or .dll that is using it.

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  • Anonymous

    Nigel Stewart is right.
    With me it works IF AND ONLY IF glew32.dll is located in the same folder as the *.exe file of my project (the one generated by the compiler, MS Visual Studio 2010 Express).
    I really tried every other solution I found on the web but none of them worked.
    Sounds slightly insane, but this seems to be the only option.



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