How To Run Almost Any Windows Game On Your Mac Without Boot Camp Or Parallels Using Wine [Feature]

How To Run Almost Any Windows Game On Your Mac Without Boot Camp Or Parallels Using Wine [Feature]

PC games: they can be the bane of a Mac gamer’s existence. The Mac may be a better computer than a windows box, but even so, most games don’t support OS X. Even on Steam, the leader in cross-platform computer game support, most games run only on Windows. The reasons for this are manifold, including mid-level integrated graphics chips and less customizable hardware, but it shouldn’t be this disparate.

There are a few options for running those PC games on Macs, of course. There’s Boot Camp, which allows you to run a full copy of Windows right on your Intel-based Mac, but it requires a reboot to switch between OS X and Windows environments, which can be tedious. There are emulators you can buy, like Parallels and VMWare Fusion, but these never quite pan out, in my experience, as they always seem to be fraught with issues when connecting peripherals, mice, etc. They also cost a bit, and require a full copy of Windows, which will run you some money, too.

I just want a way to play a game that is created for the Windows operating system on my Mac, without a reboot, without buying a new program or new copy of an operating system I really don’t want to use.

Luckily, there’s a way to do just that.

What Is Wine?

How To Run Almost Any Windows Game On Your Mac Without Boot Camp Or Parallels Using Wine [Feature]Seriously, that’s the self-referencing recursive acronym for Wine. Get it? So clever, those open source folks.

Wine actually runs as more of a translator between the instructions in the PC program and the Mac operating system. It basically fools Windows into thinking they are running in a Windows environment, without actually emulating that environment (and taking the same performance hit) like Parallels does. Wine has the benefit of a large, open-source community for support as well, which means it will continue to get better and improve compatibility for a lot of games along the way.

Speaking of compatibility, not all PC games are going to work with Wine. To find out if the game you want to try to install on your Mac via Wine will work, head over to the Wine HQ website, where they have an entire database full of the games and applications that will work with Wine. They even have levels of how well these work with Wine, including Platinum, Gold, and Silver levels of compatibility.

I chose Guild Wars: it’s a game that has gone free to play lately, is Windows-only for now, and it is listed in the Platinum compatibility list on the Wine HQ site. All the examples from here on out will be from my own experience installing Wine to play Guild Wars on my Mac Mini 2011.

Once you head over there and pick a game, you’ll be ready to make sure you have what you need to run Wine.

What You’ll Need

How To Run Almost Any Windows Game On Your Mac Without Boot Camp Or Parallels Using Wine [Feature]First up, you’re gonna need an Intel Mac. If you’re still running a Power-PC Mac, a) it’s time to upgrade and b) this isn’t going to work. To find out what kind of Mac you have, click on the Apple menu in the upper left corner of your screen, choose About This Mac, and it will tell you. Honestly, though, if you don’t know what kind of Mac you’re running, you might have a bit of trouble with the following instructions, which assume you have access to your admin account and password, can install XCode, and have the latest Java Development package (it comes as default with Mac OS X 10.7 and up).

You’ll also need the X11 app, which used to be a standard install app starting in OS X 10.5, but which has recently been removed from OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. If you’re running 10.8, head over to the XQuartz web page to download an open source version of X11 for Mountain Lion. Install it as you would any other package file.

You’ll also need to be comfortable using the command line via the Terminal app, an internet connection, and a couple of hours to work through all the steps involved. It’s not rocket science, but there is a certain level of patience that will be needed.

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  • CaptainAndroc

    Does anyone know if it works for games that run steam?

    • fel278

      steams games are already mac compatible…

  • coolman1081

    Does anyone know if it works for games that run steam?

    I’m wondering this too, as Steam prevents you from downloading incompatible games.

  • Guest

    Error:
    Error: No valid Xcode installation is properly selected.
    Error: Please use xcode-select to select an Xcode installation:
    Error: sudo xcode-select -switch /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer # version 4.4.1
    Error:
    Warning: xcodebuild exists but failed to execute
    Warning: Xcode does not appear to be installed; most ports will likely fail to build.
    —> Computing dependencies for wine

    Any ideas?

  • SevanGrim

    “The Mac may be a better computer than a windows box…”
    ” It basically fools Windows into thinking they are running in a Windows environment, without actually emulating that environment (and taking the same performance hit)…”
    really? Cant you just write an article about why the program is good without bashing the competitor in so biased a manner?
    What i find most hilarious is that you contradict yourself in the same paragraph when speaking of Steam. Sooooo…. lack of customization makes your device better than all the ones that can be easily modified. I can make an honest to god list of all the ways that logic fails in the real world…

    I visit this site, among others, for tech news. And this one specifically because i own a iphone. I give credit where credit is due. But a strong chunk of the “writers” here at Cult of Mac seem incapable of writing anything that doesnt onesidedly glorify Apple… even when the actual article is about Apple shortcomings.
    … This is how republicans report. “We are right about everything, and everyone else is stupid/silly/wrong/should switchover.”
    Journalism 101: facts over opinions. seeing as to how MANY people own PC’s, and the MAJORITY of games made for computers are not designed for Macs even though MANY programers use them… well i think at that point it’s safe to say to each his own. Grow up.

    • Apoorv Ahlawat

      The fuck is wrong with you? The guy just explained how to run a PC game on Mac. The topic says the same thing.

      Why the fuck are you giving journalism tips right now? He is sharing his own personal opinion over something and did not anywhere say that this was news.
      I think it should be you who needs to grown the FUCK up!

      • Vijay Singh

        Rightly said …

  • Tallest_Skil

    Grow up.

    Or just DON’T come to websites that think this. I fail to see the issue. We don’t go to PC websites and complain when they say the PC is better than the Mac.

    Why are Apple users so much better than PC and Android users in this regard? I think it’s humorous that you’re telling us to grow up.

  • Sammi Oo IgglePiggle

    help! When i enter in the cd ~/Downloads/Filename.exe, Terminal says that it is not a directory!! help?

    • Zander Work

      You need to do “cd ~/Downloads/”. You can’t cd into a file, which is what your command is saying to do.

  • SevanGrim

    Why are Apple users so much better than PC and Android users in this regard?

    lol do you read what you type or just hit enter and merrily skip off?
    in case you didnt notice, i never bashed Apple in my comment. I swear by my ipod and Phone, and have contemplated getting a Mac several times. I have no real problem with Apple, and the few i do have with them were left unmentioned. But this article couldnt be more biased.
    Im sorry i want a higher level of wordsmithing from a site i visit frequently. If im going to get information from someplace, i would like a certain amount of intelligence to go along with it, ie being unbiased for a couple paragraphs.

  • Sean Kremer

    Ya no…This does not work. I kept getting no directory. I even email Rob twice and both responses did not help. He answered completely from left field. if your thinking about trying this all you’ll get are programs and files that are going to be a major pain to uninstall. If you happen to get it to work then you need to post on here how exactly and what you did differently from the author because he isn’t very helpful. In my opinion this whole thing isn’t worth it. Just use bootcamp it so much simpler and that saying something since bootcamp isn’t the easiest thing to do unless you have experience with it and computers.

  • julienemarie

    Why would you come to a MAC website and look for unbiased? Of course it’s going to be biased, the name gives it away, CULT OF MAC. It’s a website about all things Apple and how great it is. I’m sure there are a million other websites about your iPhone that are unbiased. Go bother them.

  • Spyros Pilatos

    ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME?i have tried more than 5 times!ABSOLUTLY NOTHING!waste of time :@

  • Spyros Pilatos

    wine: cannot find L”C:\\windows\\system32\\launchpad.exe”
    WHY???@@@@

  • Spyros Pilatos

    No1 can answer me why???

  • Spyros Pilatos

    Come on guys!THAT THING TOOK ME 4 HOURS AND YOU CAN’T TELL ME WHY???

  • Cameron Beau Hilton
    help! When i enter in the cd ~/Downloads/Filename.exe, Terminal says that it is not a directory!! help?

    That’s because a file is not a directory – leave off the filename.exe and it should work. :)

    • Laura de Arriba

      Can someone give an EXACT example of how this step has to be done? I mean like a guide for dummies ;-)

  • bernhardush

    I got it to work on my system. Thanks, your guide helped a lot!
    The only catch was that I had to set the directory of Xcode before running xcodebuild.
    The last step (the port install wine command) really did take long! As in really, really long! Perhaps partially due to my low 384 Kb/s internet connection, although the parts where it compiles are very CPU intensive and very time consuming as well, so I would expect it to take a few hours on a system with a fast internet connection as well.
    Anyway, in my case the installation ran the entire afternoon. That evening it was still busy, so I let it run overnight.
    Also, the installation seemed to have taken about 3GB of HD space.
    Nevertheless, it looks as though it works as it should!

  • defa

    Cheers Rob. I now going to play GW on my MacBook (SLeo, 2.4 GHz Intel Core2). Just follow the recipe and use your brain…

    cheers
    defa

  • ddrysdale2

    Hi there! I have followed the instructions to the letter but I keep falling at the same hurdle! This message comes up when i try to Install wine:
    Error: Unable to open port: invalid command name “compiler.whitelist”
    To report a bug, see < http://guide.macports.org/#project.tickets>
    Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
    many thanks!

  • Yoshgoodman

    Error:
    Error: No valid Xcode installation is properly selected.
    Error: Please use xcode-select to select an Xcode installation:
    Error: sudo xcode-select -switch /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer # version 4.4.1
    Error:
    Warning: xcodebuild exists but failed to execute
    Warning: Xcode does not appear to be installed; most ports will likely fail to build.
    —> Computing dependencies for wine

    Any ideas?

    I am getting this same error message, any solutions?

  • Yoshgoodman
    Error:
    Error: No valid Xcode installation is properly selected.
    Error: Please use xcode-select to select an Xcode installation:
    Error: sudo xcode-select -switch /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer # version 4.4.1
    Error:
    Warning: xcodebuild exists but failed to execute
    Warning: Xcode does not appear to be installed; most ports will likely fail to build.
    —> Computing dependencies for wine

    Any ideas?

    I am getting this same error message, any solutions?

    UPDATE: This fixed my problem

    xcode-select

    There have been reports of xcode-select not pointing to the new Xcode location for some users after upgrading to 4.3. If you are having problems even with the latest MacPorts version and xcode-select -print-path does not print /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer on your system, or

    Warning: Xcode appears to be installed but xcodebuild is unusable; some ports will likely fail to build.
    then you need to run:

    sudo xcode-select -switch /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer

    This is particularly important for people who have error messages referring to their old compiler locations after installing Xcode 4.3: you need to reinstall the package that stored the old compiler location if you see an error message like this:

    error: can’t exec ‘/Developer/usr/bin/‘ (No such file or directory)

    So far this error is seen in previously-built perl and python when building perl or python modules. For example, if a py27-xxxx port fails to install and the log contains error messages of this type, try reinstalling the main python27 port with:

    sudo port -n upgrade –force python27

  • PatriciaMac

    That is pretty complicated for a regular person, i’d rather stick with the regular games for mac http://www.cultofmac.com/tag/mac-games-and-more/ on cultofmac friday’s selection.

  • piverson

    I have tried this 4 times and it keeps saying unable to install wine

  • piverson

    can u help

  • DisorientedDiva

    I keep on getting this error message…will anyone be able to help me?

    (what I type in) wine $ST.25.20121026a.8_EN.exe

    Dynamic session lookup supported but failed: launchd did not provide a socket path, verify that org.freedesktop.dbus-session.plist is loaded!
    err:ntdll:RtlpWaitForCriticalSection section 0x7bc969b4 “loader.c: loader_section” wait timed out in thread 001d, blocked by 001e, retrying (60 sec)
    wine: cannot find L”C:\\windows\\system32\\.25.20121026a.8_EN.exe”

    • Maddie

      I get this same error. Has anyone figured out what the issue to this is?

  • kenchicle

    Hi. i have the disk for the game i want to play (pharaoh) so how do i do this? i have got up to the point of needing to tell terminal where the file is stored. thanks

  • 1939

    I’m trying to install American McGee’s Alice, and it keeps saying, “The InstallShield (iKernel)could not be installed. File not found.” Any advice?

  • evanspitzer

    everything installed okay and all that but now it asks me to insert disk one when I am trying to run the application, any ideas?

  • MacDemon

    What do I do if my game is installed through steam?(Fall Out: New Vagas)

  • Pappa_P

    When I paste ind first line after installing MacPort I get… -bash: sudo: command not found….why ?

  • xLuvUSum_

    Same problem as Kenchicle!! How do I install the game? Which .exe file do i choose?

  • torgola

    If you are trying to install Windows games inside a Mac, you should prefer using Wineskin. It’s easier, and the games became much more similar to the original Windows games.

  • flerchjj

    Wine has issues compiling on 10.7 and 10.8

    Darwine has a wine installer (https://sourceforge.net/p/darwine/wiki/Home/) if you don’t want to compile Wine yourself. This is compiled with a new environment, so please provide feedback there.

    WineBottler is another good app that simplifies the process (http://winebottler.kronenberg.org/).

    Download and install Steam, then run ‘wine “c:\Program Files\Steam\Steam.exe” -no-dwrite’ to start steam and play steam games. The “-no-dwrite” bit is because of a current bug in Wine.

  • flerchjj

    everything installed okay and all that but now it asks me to insert disk one when I am trying to run the application, any ideas?

    try running “wine winecfg” first and make sure your cd or D: drive is selected in the gui that pops up before running your game.

  • flerchjj

    I keep on getting this error message…will anyone be able to help me?

    (what I type in) wine $ST.25.20121026a.8_EN.exe

    Dynamic session lookup supported but failed: launchd did not provide a socket path, verify that org.freedesktop.dbus-session.plist is loaded!
    err:ntdll:RtlpWaitForCriticalSection section 0x7bc969b4 “loader.c: loader_section” wait timed out in thread 001d, blocked by 001e, retrying (60 sec)
    wine: cannot find L”C:\\windows\\system32\\.25.20121026a.8_EN.exe”

    The terminal doesn’t like the “$” in your file. I think putting a backslash “\” in front of the “$” will fix this. If it does then be lazy and type “wine ” (note the space and only type the stuff inside the quotes) and then drag the file to the terminal. This will correctly format the file name.

  • NS123

    I downloaded a game off the Internet and there is a crack which is to applied by replacing the .exe file in program files but I can’t because there is no command to replace files on terminal plz help!!!

  • JasperFioole

    I aborted the installation process because my cpu was getting around 96C during the installation process. At that moment there was nothing more open then my terminal. Is there a safer way for installing wine, on this way it will cause serious damage.

  • clsuburbs

    installed game correctly, i do the cd command to get to the folder, then i try to run the game and i get this message. what i typed was “wine Astonia35.exe

    Dynamic session lookup supported but failed: launchd did not provide a socket path, verify that org.freedesktop.dbus-session.plist is loaded!
    wine: cannot find L”C:\\windows\\system32\\astonia.exe”

    any help would be greatly appreciated

  • freysar

    unknown-7c-d1-c3-7b-bd-88:~ Zadmin$ cd/Volumes/Neverhood/setup95.exe
    -bash: cd/Volumes/Neverhood/setup95.exe: No such file or directory

    I have tried all sorts of variations of file locations but keep getting the same -bash: message back. What am I doing wrong?

  • stescott1

    Hi i need some help.
    I started the wine process but gor kicked off the network half way through. is there a way past this:-

    —> Verifying checksum(s) for libidl
    Error: org.macports.checksum for port libidl returned: libIDL-0.8.14.tar.bz2 does not exist in /opt/local/var/macports/distfiles/libidl
    Error: Failed to install libidl
    Please see the log file for port libidl for details:
    /opt/local/var/macports/logs/_opt_local_var_macports_sources_rsync.macports.org_release_tarballs_ports_devel_libidl/libidl/main.log
    Error: The following dependencies were not installed: gstreamer010-gst-plugins-base gnome-vfs gconf orbit2 libidl policykit gnome-mime-data libtheora libvorbis libogg orc xorg-libice xorg-libsm lcms mesa xorg-dri2proto xorg-glproto xorg-libXmu xorg-libXt xorg-libXxf86vm xorg-xf86vidmodeproto
    To report a bug, follow the instructions in the guide:
    http://guide.macports.org/#project.tickets
    Error: Processing of port wine failed

    Please someone help as it looks like it was near the end!!
    Thanks, ste

  • bossOC

    I get this when trying wine commands
    -bash: wine: command not found

    • Elizabeth Maureen Smithson-Kee

      ME TOO HELP!

  • stescott1

    Hi guys, I am having a nightmare with this.
    “ls” in terminal wont show me the .exe files i have installed!
    Can anyone help?
    Ste

  • MissHeatherMaria

    I’ve gotten through majority of the steps but I’m stuck on the actual downloading of the game. I put the disc in but since it’s for PC I don’t know how to download it onto my Mac. Help?

  • perigby

    Hi, i copy and paste the text to terminal (before installing wine) but get the following

    -bash: syntax error near unexpected token `then’

    help?

  • jodymac311

    When I get down to the end and am trying to install the .exe file I get denied permission to run the binary file. Any suggestions on how to circumvent this issue? I tried also to type – “wine users/name/setup.exe” and then it tried to crunch the numbers and came up with a “cannot divide an integer with 0″ error message. Anyone have any suggestions?

    Thanks ahead of time.

  • wh0is

    How can I uninstall completely, after I have run “sudo port install wine” ??? I unfortunately changed my mind Many thanks

  • ZeFuhrer13

    i completed the whole setup, but i forgot to download XQuartz… so i got an error… after installing XQuarts… i tried to reopen the directory where my .exe file was, and now it just says /volumes/crusader/disk1 is a directory and thats it. Before the error, wine actually loaded the directory just fine and opened the file.

    Can anyone help me please?? i’ve been at al day now pff… PLEASE HELP

  • ZeFuhrer13

    How can I uninstall completely, after I have run “sudo port install wine” ??? I unfortunately changed my mind Many thanks

    just type “sudo port uninstall wine” ;)

  • Eternalight

    I’m using Mac os x 10.6.8

    I’m stuck at these:

    1. I downloaded Xcode 4.2 for Snow Leopard
    I can’t find ‘command line tool’ in the downloads tab

    2. In ‘sudo port install wine’ command. it said that; “Error: Processing of port wine failed”

    3. Does it only works for a game that use installer and not the one with a “ready-to-play-one-folder” games?

    Would anyone like to help me? Thanks before…

  • eurobum

    Terrific guide, almost there. I’m at:

    cd ~/Downloads/GwSetup.exe
    then
    wine GwSetup.exe

    I can’t get passed the first of those lines in Terminal:

    -bash: cd/Users/ADMIN/Documents/Games/NBA 2K14/NBA2K14.exe: No such file or directory

    Even though the file is EXACTLY in that directory. Doesn’t matter if I drag from Finder (as article suggests) or manually type in the directory, same result.

    Did everything according to the tutorial thus far.

    Running 10.8.5 on i5 Mac mini (2011).

    Hope someone can help. Sooo close.

  • eurobum

    Terrific guide, almost there. I’m at:

    cd ~/Downloads/GwSetup.exe
    then
    wine GwSetup.exe

    I can’t get passed the first of those lines in Terminal:

    -bash: cd/Users/ADMIN/Documents/Games/NBA 2K14/NBA2K14.exe: No such file or directory

    Even though the file is EXACTLY in that directory. Doesn’t matter if I drag from Finder (as article suggests) or manually type in the directory, same result.

    Did everything according to the tutorial thus far.

    Running 10.8.5 on i5 Mac mini (2011).

    Hope someone can help. Sooo close.

    Alright, so got a little further. If I enter:

    cd ~/Documents/Games/NBA2K14

    Then

    wine NBA2K14.exe

    It will say this:

    Dynamic session lookup supported but failed: launchd did not provide a socket path, verify that org.freedesktop.dbus-session.plist is loaded!
    fixme:shell:SHAutoComplete stub
    fixme:ieframe:PersistStreamInit_InitNew (0x17fa30)
    fixme:urlmon:URLMoniker_BindToObject use running object table
    err:winediag:SECUR32_initNTLMSP ntlm_auth was not found or is outdated. Make sure that ntlm_auth >= 3.0.25 is in your path. Usually, you can find it in the winbind package of your distribution.
    fixme:iphlpapi:NotifyAddrChange (Handle 0x128f550, overlapped 0x128f55c): stub

    And if I try to exit Terminal it will say:

    Do you want to close this window?
    Closing this window will terminate the running processes: sh, wine.

    Note: computer is working, fan going off, but can’t see any progress.

  • KenkuBoing

    I am stuck in ” Head back into Terminal, and type cd /locationOfDownloadedFile, where that last bit is actually the place you put your game file. I put mine in ~/Downloads/, but your download location will be unique to you. If in doubt, you can drag the Finder window where your file is located on top of Terminal to instantly get the correct path. ” Please give me a really proper and slow explanation. The game I want to play is ” Dragonica_EN.exe “. What am I gonna do? Please answer me! I really appreciate the guide you do, and I hope you can help me with this one too!

  • PleasedBear

    Im having trouble at the part where i need to type in the installer. This is what comes when I type that, any help? Thanks in advance.

    Philips-Mac-mini:downloads Philip$ cd /Users/Philip/Downloads/WoT_internet_install_eu.exe wine WoT_internet_install_eu.exe
    -bash: cd: /Users/Philip/Downloads/WoT_internet_install_eu.exe: Not a directory
    Philips-Mac-mini:downloads Philip$

  • Gabriel Ro A

    Does wine work with the Windows cd or I have to install the game from a download?

  • Jordan

    Dynamic session lookup supported but failed: launchd did not provide a socket path, verify that org.freedesktop.dbus-session.plist is loaded!

    wine: cannot find L”C:\windows\system32\INSTALLER.exe

  • Jordan

    anyone wanna help

  • ImTheNova

    for me it keeps saying permission denied I put in my file name for the game and then wine ffxivSetup.exe (which is the file name for the game) and it will say permission denied, help?

  • Laura de Arriba

    Does anyone know how it works for games that you have bought on cd rom? I find several setup files, but none of them works with the “cd /locationOfDownloadedFile” method. So I’m guessing it only works with downloaded files?

  • JediMasterJordan

    Had no issues up until the “sudo port install wine” I get “Error: Port wine not found” HELP!

  • Weezee

    fixme:win:EnumDisplayDevicesW ((null),0,0x32f088,0x00000000), stub!

    fixme:d3d:context_check_fbo_status FBO status GL_FRAMEBUFFER_UNDEFINED (0x8219)

    err:d3d:context_check_fbo_status FBO 0 is incomplete, driver bug?

    err:d3d:device_clear_render_targets >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> GL_INVALID_FRAMEBUFFER_OPERATION (0x506) from glClear @ device.c / 672

    any ideas what this error is? I get the game launcher open but i get this error when i try to actually log on and start.

    • cj

      I got this same error. Were you able to find out what the problem was?

  • Eaton Mike Hawk

    Apparantly, this Wine is a 32 bit process. I was trying Watch Dogs, which needs a 64 bit process. The whole setup worked, until I clicked play on the game screen where it gave me an unreadable error.

  • diamod_rogue

    everytime I try and access the file after going to the apropriate directory (my desktop) it says permission denied

  • Travis John Day

    I got all the way until I actually run the program, but idk how to do that.

  • Awesome Wayne

    I can’t find the command line tools in the downloads. Got any ideas?

  • Awesome Wayne

    Can uninstall xcode after I use it?

  • cj

    Can anyone make sense of this? It is after installing Zoo Tycoon on OS X Mavericks.

    fixme:win:EnumDisplayDevicesW ((null),0,0x32f068,0x00000000), stub!

    fixme:d3d:context_check_fbo_status FBO status GL_FRAMEBUFFER_UNDEFINED (0x8219)

    err:d3d:context_check_fbo_status FBO 0 is incomplete, driver bug?

    err:d3d:device_clear_render_targets >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> GL_INVALID_FRAMEBUFFER_OPERATION (0x506) from glClear @ device.c / 672

    fixme:d3d:context_check_fbo_status FBO status GL_FRAMEBUFFER_UNDEFINED (0x8219)

    err:d3d:context_check_fbo_status FBO 0 is incomplete, driver bug?

    err:d3d:device_clear_render_targets >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> GL_INVALID_FRAMEBUFFER_OPERATION (0x506) from glClear @ device.c / 672

    fixme:win:EnumDisplayDevicesW ((null),0,0x32f048,0x00000000), stub!

    fixme:d3d:context_check_fbo_status FBO status GL_FRAMEBUFFER_UNDEFINED (0x8219)

    err:d3d:context_check_fbo_status FBO 0 is incomplete, driver bug?

    err:d3d:device_clear_render_targets >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> GL_INVALID_FRAMEBUFFER_OPERATION (0x506) from glClear @ device.c / 672

    err:ole:CoUninitialize Mismatched CoUninitialize

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