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Windows 7: wow cataclysme

16 May 2011   #1

32 bit
wow cataclysme

Hello evry one, i have this problem with my wow and my monitor.
i have this SUMSUNG B1930 i know its not good monitor but still good , any way i play all the games normaly with it but when i want to play wow cataclysme it gives me so crap textes i really dont know how to explain my idea here but its like i am playing in it in res 800x600 . i have nvd 9500 GT .
so plz if there is a sulotion help me out with it and thx .
i am sory for my anglish cause i am not anglish man .

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16 May 2011   #2

Windows 7 Professional x64 Backtrack 4 R2

Firstly, Have you updated the drivers for all of your hardware? For example you can get the latest video drivers from NVIDIA Driver Downloads. You will probably need to update your version of direct x 9. Also, i might be asking a silly question, but have you gone into your game settings and changed resolution in the video options?
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16 May 2011   #3

32 bit

yes i have the lates drivers and yes the game set up on hight res
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16 May 2011   #4

Windows 2000 5.0 Build 2195

Please post a screenshot so we could se better the texture problem that you have.

Please understand that WoW currently has some driver issues too, so it could be with WoW itself and not your drivers.

Also, make sure under Options->Advanced on your WoW options it's under DX9 not DX11.

If you have nVidia control panel, check if Ambient Occlusion on WoW is set to on. If it is, it should be off.
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