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Brakanur

After completing Patch for Hunt for Bismarck..Crashes on start

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Brakanur    0

I played WoW this morning and when I finished the anticipated Hunt for Bismarck patch I pressed play and even after rebooting there is a crash window. Seems to be something about "not finding rasterization device". Anyone with info or possible solutions would be appreciated.

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Brakanur    0

Message:

FATAL ERROR: "BW::Render::Device::D3D9::Interface:"

"No hardware rasterization devices found.\n"

D:\buildAgent\Checkoutdir\Client\Source\lib\render_device_d3d9\

interface.cpp(3856)


 


 

    Program will now close X

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BladedPheonix    1,189

while on the subject of missions:

 

anyone else noticing that missions you can't currently activate due to the correct ship type being not selected are in orange Russian text?:unsure:

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RipNuN2    2,068

Open the launcher, click on the settings button on the upper right corner, click support tab, then click the check button. This will look to see if anything is wrong with your client but may take a while.

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Brakanur    0

I ran the support tab/check client feature and no joy. I also completely updated all graphics card drivers. I will now try using other games.

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RipNuN2    2,068

If none of that works, maybe try a full reinstall, barring that working, might be time to open a support ticket.

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Brakanur    0

The solution was fairly easy. Re-install DirectX then be sure to restart your computer then all things are fine. Somehow WoW corrupted my DirectX.

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