On Sat, 14 Apr 2007 14:25:19 +0100, "Paul Smith"
>"Corey" <firstname.lastname@example.org.(donotspam)> wrote in message
>> Ok... I fixed that problem... I can get into the game itself and run
>> for a while, but then after a few minutes, it restarts my computer
>> with a shutdown error or something... It usually happens when I left click
>> something... Any ideas there??? By the way... Thank you for the help with
>> last issue.
>That's probably down to the video driver. Check on Intel's website to see
>if they have a newer one.
>Here's the page on Intel's website to download the updated drivers:
>Hopefully those will sort the issue out.
I had an issue like that once. Turned out to be the video card itself.
I do have a new issue with World of Warcraft and my Logitech G15
gaming keyboard and Vista Ultimate. I believe it may be a driver
With the G15 keys I have a couple of them to perform certain macro's.
Nothing combative. Just a simple /exit, /wave, /roll 100. Couple of
others but you get the idea. Now when I select a player to /wave, in
Wow it shows 7 /waves. And if I roll (/roll 100) on a certain loot I
get the same 7 rolls.
I removed the Logitech keyboard drivers and re-installed them.
Re-assigned the keys again. All seem to work again. That night I put
the computer to sleep mode. Next I start Wow again. And the same thing
happens as before (7 /waves and /rolls).
My computer system:
Windows Vista Ultimate
2 Gig memory
Asus P5B Deluxe
Intel Core 2 Duo E6600
Ati Radeon X1950Pro
Logitech G15 gaming keyboard and latest drivers
Logitech MX518 mouse
Soundblaster Audigy 2
Wd hard drives