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I am trying to update my ATI rage 128 video driver to v.4.13.7140, which requires DirectX 8.0a and the digital Video Update for DirectX 8.0.  In the readme file for the update/install it says "this is a windows 98/ME driver set with an integrated OpenGL ICD component.  THis driver requires the Microsoft software OpenGL driver, OpenGL32.dll, for proper operation.  Please ensure this file is located in your /windows/system/ directory.

I cannot find this file.  How can I get it?

I have a Gateway computer, Windows 98 2nd edition.
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DirectX 8.0 is available at Microsoft from this site:

http://www.microsoft.com/directx/homeuser/downloads/default.asp
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I've already downloaded DirectX8.0 it's updating it to 8.0a where I have the problem of not finding the openGL32.dll.  That's the file I'm trying to find.  I know that my computer at work has the file, but my home computer, does not have this file.  How do I get the OpenGL32.dll file onto my computer?
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