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ekikos

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hi,

im running windows sp2. i downloaded warcraft 3 and installed the latest patch. the problem is that when i am trying to run the program the looks like it is loading and i see a black screen and i get my desktop again but now it is very bright. when i restart my pc the brightness is back to the proper level. only when i try running warcraft the problem appears again. any ideay please??

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just in case you are wondering my display adapter is Nvidia GeForce FX5200 V91.31.
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i thought it had anything to do with the display driver so i just upgraded it from nvidia website and the problem is still there. please help ...
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Make sure you aren't running any programs such as ReForce to force your refresh rate, they can mess with your games. :)

As for the brightness problem, use a thing called Gammafix, it was made for a Quake bug where the screen would be bright after a crash.

http://ucguides.sava...es/gammafix.exe
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