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Sheatz
Sheatz
Americas
18:24, 23/02/11

ok, so i've been having this problem for a while now, i posted a thread a while back about the same issue and i have yet to figure out the problem

my graphics driver keeps failing, now i played the game for about an hour just farming leather without a single failure. I que up for a heroic and BAM i get a driver failure, i've also noticed that any time i'm in the heroic que or in a heroic my driver fails. I don't know if this is blind coincidence or a problem with the heroic system right now somehow causing a driver failure.

I've been communicating with Nvidia tech to try and locate the problem, trying different drivers and what not, but if the community or WoW techs have any advice that would be awesome

datth
datth
Americas
18:24, 23/02/11

What are the details on this system? Have you tried turning on the in–game or driver vsync mode? That will help if something like enclosed spaces is giving it trouble and instances tend to be closed–off areas. If you have Windows Vista with Service Pack 2 or Windows 7 with a DirectX 10 or 11 capable video card, have you tried turning on d3d11 mode to see if it makes a difference?

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datth
datth
Americas
21:13, 23/02/11

There's no fancy effects associated with queuing that would give the video card a hard time. It's just a UI animation where it's an eyeball looking around. D3D11 is our experimental Direct3D 11 renderer. Since your driver is crashing on the defaults, poking at something else might cause it to do something else or stop dying.

  • Right–click on the shortcut you use to start WoW and select «Properties»
  • You should see a target line in the new window that is already highlighted.
  • Add –d3d11 to the end of what is already there, be sure that there is a space between the hyphen and the end–quote and that there is a space.

    It should look similar to this:

    «C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Launcher.exe» — d3d11
  • Try the game again afterwards.

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