# My blender is so laggy that its unusable, any suggestions

So, two days ago I shut down my computer for a few hours. When I turned it back on and opened Blender, it was extremely slow and still is. (I've tested Unreal Engine and it runs smoothly). All the solutions I found involve Nvidia processors but I use Intel and I've had no luck finding issues.

Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-8130
Laptop: LENOVO
OS: Windows 10


Any suggestions would be appreciated.

• Try File->Load Factory settings, this will eliminate any preferences/add-ons that maybe causing the issue. Then uninstall/reinstall graphics drivers. Then review all running processes. Anti-virus/Windows update etc. Please post an answer when you find the fix or amend your question with more detail to help us help you. – rob Apr 4 at 9:28

I found the answer. Might be a bit confusing.

So when I turned my computer back on it said my driver was not compatible, so I looked online. I got a file called "opengl32.dll" which let me open blender, thats when I found the lag.

I recently updated my graphic drivers and the lag was still happening, so I removed the "opengl32.dll".

So pretty much, I had to update my graphics driver and not add in that file. Thank you for the answers though :)

• Adding that file is done for testing purposes only, Blender working with delay is normal in that case; once problem is found it should be deleted from Blender directory. – Mr Zak Sep 6 at 18:42

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