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Old 10th August 2008, 07:53 PM
VeritasOpt Offline
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Warcraft 3 and DOTA issue

Hello everyone,

I am trying to get wc3 to run under wine but it seems that when I install the program it goes through just fine and then clicking to play my screen goes completely black most likely a graphic change is in order but not quite sure what would be the next step. I went through the Winecfg to change to XP and see if that would work no dice. just out of curiousity wanted to see if SC would do the same thing but i installed that in a few seconds and it runs better then windows...shocking...anyway if anyone has any info on how to get this working let me know

thank you
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Old 11th August 2008, 06:16 AM
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Rename the movies folder in warcraft 3 folder .. or just delete them.
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