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Jessicalu
Jessicalu
Americas
03:23, 24/02/11

Go ahead and post your DXDIAG here so we can have some more info on your system.

To obtain the systems diagnostic files, follow the instructions below:

To obtain the DXDIAG file:

1. Press the Windows Key (the key with the Windows logo on your keyboard) + R (at the same time).

2. Type in DXDIAG and press Enter or click 'OK', this will open the DirectX diagnostic tool.

3. Click on the 'Save All Information' Button (save this file to your Windows desktop and name it dxdiag).

Now copy and paste the information to this thread.

Trippinballs
Trippinballs
Americas
03:23, 24/02/11

http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/1126994449

Similar to the above thread. I used to crash in some spots in SW but after cata its been fine.

I just did some BH and crashed on the loading screen. Can anyone help me out?

Jessicalu
Jessicalu
Americas
03:33, 24/02/11
Operating System: Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600) Service Pack 2

XP has been on Service Pack 3 for several years now, so update that first.

Card name: Intel® 82915G/GV/910GL Express Chipset Family

The most likely reason you are getting these crashes is because your video card is not supported for the game and cannot run the graphics.

However you can try a few things to see if they allow it to function, such as updating your video drivers to the most current.

If that does not work, try the following:

If you can enter the game (on Windows Vista, right–click on the game icon and choose Run As Administrator), login on any character, and type the command on the following line into the chat for any character:

/console fixedFunction 1

If this works, you will receive no feedback. Exit the game and try again.

If you cannot enter the game, make sure the game is not running, and then download the following file onto your computer, into a place you can easily find it, such as your desktop: http://ftp.blizzard.com/pub/wow/other/RunOnce.wtf

Once saved, navigate to your World of Warcraft folder, and copy it inside the WTF folder. When you start the game again (on Windows Vista, right–click on the game icon and choose Run As Administrator), the file may disappear, but the game will accept the settings, and then should work normally.

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