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Duragon88

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Hey guys back again :whistling:

Got a new problem......was playing my World of Warcraft game when it froze.....it has never done that before by the way. When I went to reboot it gave me the standard gateway screen and then went to a black screen in which it stated;

1. Intel ® Boot Agent FE v. 4.1.10
Copyright © 1997-2003, Intel Corporation

2. Intel ® Boot Agent PxE Base Code (BA1210BC-GW1)
Copyright © 1997-2003, Intel Corporation

3. Client Mac ADDR: 00 07 E9 52 2C D7
Guid: 0007E952 2CD7 2003 0925 130023000000
DHCP....../ (which rotates)

Then it says boot agent cannot be found. Starting windows.
I was just wondering if this could possibly be the reason why my game is not working, cause frankly I pay for the thing and I can't stand Blizzard's tech support :help: . Unfotunately, I just did a major overhaul with virus scans.....so I don't think that is going to be the answer here. :blink:
Any help with this situation would be greatly appreciated.

-Thanks Alot

-Duragon
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heres a web page to look at


http://www.linuxcomp...ead28130-1.html


hope it leads you in the right direction
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I may be wrong but, I don't think this applies to me. The reason being is that this game does not run off a CD. Unless I wasn't understanding the forum you linked me fully. Any other additional information would be very helpful.

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yours is a toughie try this site only for information

http://www.tabletpcb...sp?TOPIC_ID=686
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This may be a completely stupid questions but,.... what should i be looking for when i reseat my hardrive, what should be connected and what shouldn't, and when i reseat it does it back exactly where i found it to begin with.

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if you mean a system restore nothing needs to be disconnected just pick a restore point

can you start your computer and go in safemode by tapping f8
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No, I don't mean system restore. What i meant is that link you gave me spoke about reseating the hardrive. So i was wondering what i should be looking for to be connected when I open up my computer.

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Does Windows load after it says starting Windows?
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Yes, Windows loads perfectly fine, but for some reason the game World of Warcraft freezes withing 1 minute of gameplay. I've done a major virus scan so i know its not a virus, the CD's are good (FYI: the game does not have to run on CD's to actually be played); I've spoken to Blizzard Tech Support who have not spoken to me in quite some time, tried to use the internal repair for the game, pretty much everything i can think of besides...re-installing the operating system, or buying a new drive. Anymore advice on this matter would be greatly appreciated.

-Thanks

-Duragon

Edited by Duragon88, 31 July 2006 - 09:31 PM.

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As it is specific to the game, start a new thread in the games forum

http://www.geekstogo...hp?showforum=19

You could check the video card drivers
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