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Wa557apu model,video went blank while playing world of warcraft.No other program wer active.System is new only three months old.

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SOURCE: While playing with PSP it suddenly gets stuck and screen goes blank

check battery, run without the battery, using ac adapter, see if problem persists did you update psp firmware? if so, undo the update, go back to previous firmware version

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SOURCE: voice sound

Welcome to FixYa

Your Sound Panel must look just like the columns provided in red bellow:
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"Volume Control"
"Balance" - Center
"Volume" - Full
"Mute All" - Not selected

"Microphone"
"Balance" - Center
"Volume" - Full
"Mute All" - Not selected

Thank you for using FixYa. Have a nice day.

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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SOURCE: World of Warcraft ERROR #134 (0x85100086)

This is what worked for me –
Made a copy of the file expansion-speech-enUS.MPQ changed the copied file name to speech-enUS.MPQ, both files are in the same folder.

This problem hunted me for quite a while, and this simple solution was a gr8 relief.

Posted on Sep 07, 2008

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SOURCE: Online game freezes and goes black

hi!!!

try to unhook the video card
and placed it back proper!!

Posted on Oct 30, 2008

Mr. Flemming
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SOURCE: keyboard sticking during playing world of warcraft

If what Robocop advises does not work - I'm sure it will -, try resetting the key bindings back to defaults. This has happened to several people I've known before, and it just seems to do to reset all of the bindings. Log out, and log back in. Should be fine.

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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