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Whats your FPS in wow? (Can be seen by hovering your mouse over the Game Menu sign (the questionmark)).
Is it only low in cities with a lot of players or is it just low overall?
Nonetheless lowering the graphics will obviously help.
Just press Escape to enter the Game Menu, and then press System, and go to the Graphics tab.
You could lower the overall graphics by taking the slider down, but I believe the most important things you should do would be:
View Distance: Fair or Low
I would also lower Texture Filtering and Texture resolution.
The thing is I am not entirely sure how the things will change when you use the slider, but I would definitely recommend just trying to slide all the way down at first. If the settings I mentioned above are higher than I posted, I would put them down as well.
Especially Shadows can be a real FPS killer.
The View Distance has no real affect and is just for the looks.
Your PC should be able to run WoW fairly well if you adjust the settings. If you wish to increase the performance without lowering the settings I'd recommend buying some more RAM though.
Press Escape to enter the menu, click System -> Graphics -> turn the slider all the way down to Low. Make sure the shadow settings is in fact on low as well. All the settings under the Effects tab can all clear up some fps if lowered/disabled.
First try uninstalling the version you are using and install the latest version 5.2, Then open an .swf file in the player and close the file. Now open the video file you were trying to play. The sound must be audible. Try this solution, if the sound was audible in other video players and not audible with MPCStar player.
It is possible for the cooling system may
not function properly and the CPU or video card is too warm. Try to open
the case, if the system is no longer under warranty and see if there is
too much dust. Try running
the system with case open and see if it's the same situation.
Make sure your system meets the minimum requirements for the game.
Operating system: 2000/XP Processor:1.0GHz. Memory:256MB Hard Drive: 1.2GB
Video Card:32 MB
Sound Card:direct X 9.0c compatible
If problem is with loading or playing with graphics, there are controls in the game that allow you 'shut down' some of the graphical effects that can help get the game working. Also, shutting down unnecessary programs like instant messengers can free memory needed for game. Right-click items in task area (lower right corner) and exit or close items you don't need during game play.
Does your machine meet the games minimum requirements?
If so have you tried turning the graphics down in your game interface?
Laptop Graphics cards usually use your systems memory so they have a harder time rendering complex graphics. I play WoW and have my graphics turned up on my desktop but have them turned down to minimal for my laptop.
Vista also takes allot of system memory thus leaving less for your video card. If you are going to play games on it on a regular basis I would suggest you have a minimum of 2GIGs of memory.
It is possible that you are playing the game at a higher resolution than your video card can support. Even if your computer is capable of displaying a high resolution during normal browsing activity, that doesn't mean it can support the same resolution during graphics-intensive use. Try turning down the resolution and the quality in your game options and see if the problem goes away. I ran into this same issue when trying to power a 1920x1200 monitor with a GeForce FX 5200 Ultra and discovered the solution is either a lower resolution or more graphics power.
I believe the problem is from the herzian synch windows wants to achieve, either too low or too high. You ought to try with a different monitor, either to set the synch or to make a analasys if it's another problem we're facing, like graphics card or motherboard itself.