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1-29-2009 @ 4:07PM
Resolution can be a killer... I have a crappy old laptop and often play at 16-bit color 16-bit multisample... however... there are times when that will actuall fail. Any time WoW wants to show you mixed shadows like the zombie screen effect during the invasion, the zombie screen during the fight with that skeletal wind serpent boss in GunDrak, the shadow world screen when you hop through a Sartharion drake portal... they all require at least 24-bit color... if you don't have 24-bit color enabled (to ease the load on your old system) you get... a black screen. This can make things a little bit .. challenging (hey, am I healing the right person?).Beware.. even though 16/16 is available as a WoW video option, if you are going into a raid or instance, you should pop it up to 24/16 at the least, or you may end up with a magic encounter blindfold.
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