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The compatibility problem are not very easily solved. It seems that the best solution in this situation is to get a vga card that is compatible to your hardware specifications and operating system (Like Windows xp, Vista and 7 etc). You can look for these things on the box before you buy. The second most important thing is never experiment with drivers of different vendors like you have described (Intel,SIS,ATI etc) Your computer can crash suddenly without any warning and can do serious damage to your data and OS. Remember that the Vendor that is selling you the device (such as in your case VGA adaptor/card/Video controller) gives driver with it in a disk or you can download it from the vendor's site. Follow these instructions and you will be able do it in no time.
first click start then RIGHT click on my computer and click manage. Then click on device manager in the top left window of computer management.
A new window will open on the right, showing all hardware in your pc. If you double click on display devices and it says standard vga or it has a yellow exclamation mark on it then that is your problem. You will need to visit the manufacturer site of your pc and download the graphics drivers for your machine. You should then be able to play war of warcraft
If it says standard vga display adapter then you will need to download this program and run it then look under vga adapter and you will be able to identify what display device you have
Did you download or install anything that might tamper around with the audio. If you did then uninstall it and reinstall it, that might help. Alright if that doesn't help then go into Control Panel and click on the Icon that says "Sounds and audio devices." Or something similar.
Play around with the settings and see if your situation improves.You may have to go into the "Audio tab" and set the Sound Playback and default device to what ever your sound card name is. If you dont know what your sound card name is then just play with those settings. Another thing that you could use is system restore.
System restore is in (Start, All programs,Accessories,System tools,System Restore). Restore it to the date that your audio was working fine. System restore wont delete your files or anything.
I have windows xp so things might be different on your computer.