|Poster: Lichlord at 7/31/2006 12:01:40 PM PDT|
Subject: Naxxramus: Thaddius
**this is cross-posted from Technical support forum based on a blue recommedation to post here
On the Thaddius event, when the first charge hits me - my frame rate drops to 1 fps (or less), and i completely lock up until i die then framerate goes back to 35-40fps.
I have some fps issues with Grand Widow, but fps stays at 10fps, which is playable. No other instance, boss, or event completely renders me frozen.
Unfortuneatly, i cannot even test any changes until the charge hits, which pisses off 39 other people as we wipe.
Last time i had this happen, i deleted my WTF and WTD folders and resetup my whole UI. it worked for a few weeks, now its happening again.
I have a P4 3ghz, 2GB DDR2 memory, 7900GT/256mb PCI-E vid card, and wow installed on its own SATA hard drive, and BOTH DSL and cable modem. so hardware shouldnt be a factor.
I uninstalled all dmg meters, turned off SCT, any other mod that maybe calculating during a debuff.
Tonight I will again try to delete the WTF and WTD folders and recreate the UI. I will also try checking Ventrillo settings- per another blue post.
I am posting this incase anyone else has a similar situation or finds a solution. I will post as well if i identify the culprit.
|Poster: Caerrus at 7/31/2006 12:50:12 PM PDT|
Subject: Re: Naxxramus: Thaddius
Unfortunately, I am only able to suggest that you try resetting your user interface (UI) to resolve the issue. Please follow the steps below to see if that works out for you:|
1) Log out of World of Warcraft to your desktop, thereby exiting the game completely.
If the issue is not related to your user interface, you may want to request further assistance from our Technical Support Representatives on the Tech Support Forum or contact them by phone or e-mail (instructions on how to do so can be found here: http://www.blizzard.com/support/wow/?id=aww01730p)
2) Navigate to the World of Warcraft folder, which is often found in the Program Files directory (the default path is C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft).
3) Either rename (or delete) the WTF, WDB, and Interface folders. (Note: If you do not wish to permanently lose any third-party addons you may have accrued, or macros you've written for your characters, you would be well-advised to merely rename the folders, rather than delete them entirely.)
4) Log back into the game by double-clicking WoW.exe, ensuring that you do not reinstall any addons before doing so.
Best of luck to you, Lichlord.
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