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World Of Warcraft II On Windows 7.

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#1 Nicole Alzamora

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Posted 27 February 2011 - 06:31 PM

Hey guys, My nephew found World Of Warcraft today in a goodwill lol, So its the second one, he has been wanting to play it I do have DosBox on his computer and D-fend and the thing is it installs I know how to mount things to D: to C: and etc, and the thing that happens is when I run it on D-Fend since it does it automatically the Screen will flicker from black to the desktop again, How could I fix this problem under setup it's mostly auto detect, and no screen setups someone said before I was looking on the internet that they fixed the screen resolution for the program and it stopped and worked great, how would I get to that, if it don't have a resolution setup thanks.

Edit: Moved topic from Win 7 to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal

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Posted 09 March 2011 - 11:33 AM

I can't offer any assistance but... I'm a little confused by this... World of Warcraft II? That doesn't exist. Do you mean Warcraft II? (quite an old RTS... Windows 98 I think) or one of the World of Warcraft expansions (Burning Crusade, Wrath of the Liche King, Cataclysm... they will need the original game to run).

I'm guessing that it is Warcraft II. A very different game to World of Warcraft, which, as a spinnoff, has pretty much eclipsed its parent. So if your not a gamer I can understand the confusion. You wouldn't be the first (I have personaly met others).

May be a good idea to clarify what the game is so that people with more software knowledge than myself help you. I just know games :P I do know that the age difference between the games is substantial and the likely issues are different.

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