maybe, dont recall. but i im transfering a fresh copy of worlf of warcraft from my portable Drive now, so i can try all over again with no screwups ^^
will come back here for help if it still doesnt work XD
Edited by Hailkor on 02/02/12 14:06 (GMT)
I have just tried new 64-bit client and i have few problems to share.
Iam not sure if this is gonna work at all, but currently i dont have the problem that you have. Have you tried making sure that everything runs in Administrator mode?
Please try and tick on "Run as administrator" for:
please report back if this works.
Boots up just fine for me, and the game runs as normal, but upon loading I immediatly get a lua error message for most of my addons. Although most of them seem to work ok, some don't. This wasn't the case yesterday after 4.3.2, as far as I could tell.
But I guess that's a matter of waiting for those addons to update.
Just tried that without any difference.
Edited by Nuxxios on 02/02/12 14:38 (GMT)
I have vertical sync enabled and have a 120 Hz monitor, and I used to get 120 fps almost all the time (would go higher without vertical sync but I like triple buffering and no screen tearing would ever appear because it didn't jump up to like 210 fps, hence the vertical sync), but with this 64-bit client (no options changed) it seems not to be able to go over 100. Any idea why? I am so confused, I would understand this if my vertical sync and refresh rate were toggled to 100, but RR is 120 and V-sync is enabled so it should be at that 120, not stuck at 100. Why can't it go higher?
Besides that, frame rates seem more even and stable, loading times faster etc. :) Liking this!
EDIT: also my keybindings are not working, like my mouse isn't responding or something weird. :P And yes I have put my G15 profiles and everything so that they recognize the new executable.
How many FPS would this add? I usually get about 150-200 FPS and vertical sync makes my WoW crash so I don't use that. I run WoW on either Good or Ultra settings depending on if I'm raiding or not.
I run WoW on a laptop Asus N71Jq (I am getting a newer version in a few weeks)
Ati HD 5730 1GB graphics card
Intel i7 core 1,60Ghz
4 GB RAM
Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
Edited by Loop on 02/02/12 15:13 (GMT)
Amazing difference to the 32bit Version.
I ever wondered why I have huge FPS drops without the GPU going above 40-50% activity.
Now after some tests, GPU goes up to 100% usage which means it's the first time working
with all power it has.
(CPU usage is at the same level of about 40%)
In numbers : 20-40 FPS more, no more loading lags in several zones (allways had shutters
in zones like shadowhighland)
Changed everything to ultra and it works better than in "good" setting before.
4GB DDR 3 RAM
Win7 64 bit
As questioned: about 35MB memory usage by addons
(LUI / Tellmewhen / Grid / Recount / ForteXorcist / Talented and some minor)
Thanks for this !
PS: will report after the first 25 person raid if it stays with stable FPS rates in high effect
Edited by Magúz on 02/02/12 16:09 (GMT)
im having graphical problems with the 64bit client.
i have the same video settings in the 64bit client as the 32bit and have this issues:
http://img690.imageshack.us/img690/6351/64bitwow.jpg - 64client
http://img337.imageshack.us/img337/2132/wow32.jpg - 32 client.
also I just noticed something that never happened to me (only noticed cause the resolution changed) http://img94.imageshack.us/img94/1885/videooptions.jpg
Edit: i always played with directX9 enabled on video options (now 11 isnt grayed out for me anymore) and these yellow triangles only appear if 9 is enable, if i switch to 11 its all good. (but on 11 i got the same problem as the 64bit version in 32bit)
Running windows vista 64bit with service pack 2 and my graphical card is a ati radeon hd4800series (and is updated)
Edited by Holgerdk on 02/02/12 15:59 (GMT)
A 64-bit client is now available for use with Patch 4.3.2. Before being able to launch WoW in 64-bit mode you will need to download the 64-bit client for PC/Mac (using one of the links below), and unzip it into your World of Warcraft directory. Once you extract the files you can start the 64-bit client by opening the Launcher as normal (Run as Administrator if applicable), go into Options -> Game Preferences, and toggling the Launch 32-bit client setting. The game will display which version you are using at the bottom left hand corner of the login screen. ex: Version 4.3.2 (15211) (Release x64)
Thx for this, but the speed off the link to the Windows version isnt very good. Acutally its quite horrible - would you allow us to put up a torrent link to one or both files in this thread ?
Edit: Nvm, seems like it was just my internet acting up :-(
Edited by Given on 02/02/12 16:34 (GMT)
I'm getting this message..
"this beta 64-bit version of World of Warcraft does not match the installed version of the game
You must acquire a new 64-bit executable in order to keep using the 64-bit version, or instead use the 32-bit version"
I have a 64-bit pc ...
Could anyone help me?
edit: nvm, deleted the 3 files. did a repair and added the files again, now it works great!