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iNeedMyCraftFix:
Hello, I am having a problem with WC3. When I join a bnet game(WC3) after having played sc2 beta, I often crash to desktop within the first 5 seconds. It is an intermittent problem and I can't remember what error I get. Resetting the registry entries for WC3 fixes it, but it's a royal pita to do that every time. Is anyone else having this issue? Is it an issue with Lazy Launch? Thanx

Skygrinder:
It crashes after you launch it or after you enter a Bnet game?

iNeedMyCraftFix:

--- Quote from: Skygrinder on March 09, 2010, 06:23:44 AM ---It crashes after you launch it or after you enter a Bnet game?

--- End quote ---
Everything works great up until I actually begin the bnet game. I send my workers to gold and before I can build an altar - *poof, crash to desktop.

Here's the error:
*************************************************
This application has encountered a critcal error:

FATAL ERROR!

Program: c:\program files (x86)\warcraft iii\war3.exe
Exception:             0xC0000005 (ACCESS_VIOLATION) at
0023:6f0EE4E1

The instruction at '0x6F0EE4E1' referenced memory at
'0x00000000'.
The memory could not be 'read'.

Press OK to terminate the application.
*************************************************

There is a thread on the Blizz tech forum about this. Lots of people saying it's a drop hack. Nothing concrete and no solution.


Skygrinder:
From what i gather it actually is a drop hack, i got that error before i installed sc2 on my pc if i remember correctly.

Also i stopped playing Bnet ladder after this hack came out and played some iCCup games that played out ok without any errors or whatsoever.

Hero_Lief:
Try running Sc2 via LazyLauncher or whatever you're using, then quit out of it, restart your computer, and immediately try WarCraft III.

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