2 questions for World of warcraft and halo 2 vista

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Games' started by usher69, Jun 10, 2007.

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    usher69 Guest

    ok first of alll im playing warcraft today and its disconnecting me rfrom the
    server alot. my wirelss is on for my pc. one the blue thing goes away it
    disconnects me. i know vista has problems cuz its a new system but it
    disconnects me from the server. and no its not bellsouth thats disconnecting
    me from the server its vista. its disconnecting me from the server whenver
    the heck it wants to,. im not very happy about this matter. and 2nd i got a
    pc a couple of months ago. i have plenty of free space and my graphices card
    is finer. whenever i try to install h2vista it syay nmy graphics xcard is out
    of date when it works fine on warcraft. plus it says i need to have 1000 ram
    or higher when i hacve plenty of free space. ithis issue is also vista. i
    dono whats going on with vista.
     
    usher69, Jun 10, 2007
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    Dixon Butz Guest

    OMFG! Get a spell check newb! Learn how to write a sentence.
     
    Dixon Butz, Jun 10, 2007
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    Emill Guest

    Out of two questions, I don't know anything about the first, but the second:
    you said: "plus it says i need to have 1000 ram or higher when i hacve
    plenty of free space"
    ram memory and hard disc space have nothing to do with each other! Anyhow, I
    think that your 1024 Mb Ram (I assume) should handle even halo 2 vista, and
    WoW...
    What kind of graphics card do you have???

    Emill
     
    Emill, Jun 14, 2007
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    Ron K. Guest

    I doubt that it's Vista, B-Net is known to be tempermental. I've been playing
    Diablo 2 on for years and these crashes happen often and given the amount of
    traffic WOW has its not impossible to belive the server may be overloaded.
    Try playing at non-peak hours and see if you still have the same problem.
     
    Ron K., Jun 19, 2007
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    Andy Guest

    Could also be your wireless card, try connecting your PC to your router with
    an ethernet cable, if you can't reach the router try plugging your cable/dsl
    modem directly into your PC.

    RAM = those chips in your computer that data is copied into when running
    programs

    Free Space or HD Space is not RAM, it's storage space for when the program
    is not running because, well HDs are slow.

    On the off chance that it is WoW, which I doubt trying during off-peak hours
    usually won't make a big difference.

    Upgrade the firmware to your router if you're using one, make sure your
    wireless network adapter drivers have been updated, but like I said, I
    recommend a direct connetion to your router.

    Other than that, good luck,
    A.
     
    Andy, Jun 19, 2007
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