I play world of warcraft alot and after reimaging my computer and reinstalling the game i get an error every time i try to play, are their any specific drivers i wuldve lost after the reimage that cause this
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Could be either memory(RAM) problem or OS problem. try reinstalling the OS, then install drivers for system devices(video0chipset, etc.). install then run WOW. if still have same problem, Run full OS updates, if still same thing happens, then it's a hardware problem. If still ok, then reinstall any SW one by one then run WOW after each SW installation. I know this could take more time, but this way it will show you the SW that's causing it.
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You seem to have an error in the boot sequence of the Operating system. If you are unable to access the safte mode of the OS, then you will have to do a hard boot (boot from disk). My suggestion is seeing that you have a Dell, many times they will give you a boot disk or charge you $10 for one to be sent to you. Boot disks are not expensive at all.
Once you recieve the boot disk, go into the BIOS and change the boot sequence that it boots from your CD/DVD drive first instead of your hard drive (C). Then restart the computer with the disk in the disk drive and it will load from the disk.
If that does not work, you will have to do a reimage. For that you will need a Windows OS CD (XP, Vista - whatever OS you use). From there you can either have your data slaved over to another drive prior to reimaging, or if you dont mind loosing the data, just push in the Windows OS CD and it will ask if you want to over write or reimage, answer yes, and it will begin to wipe your computer and place a brand new copy of the OS on there.
Most probable cause is your computer has been compromised. In other words, somebody may have hacked into your system, and loaded bug onto your system. The fact that it only happens when you are playing world of warcraft, most likely that software has been compromised.
Remove any software connected to that game, check your computer for viruses, and then reinstall it
Hey,,What is your Current System Configuration????????
If you want to play such games..u better upgrade to Intel Core 2 duo,1 GB RAM,and a Graphic card more than 7 series....
please rate my suggestion.....