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08-Jan-2011, 05:24 PM #1
Unhappy Solved: Unable to Find Suitable Display Device for WoW
I have been playing world of warcraft for a while now, but when my pc started slowing down, i downloaded a program to fix the problem but when i went back to play WoW again i received the message, "(Unable to find a suitable Display Device)" Can anyone help me, i've tried everything short of restoring my system to manufacturers setting because i can't figure out how to do that.

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08-Jan-2011, 06:43 PM #2
Try reinstalling your display driver and directX.

You didn't download a registry optimizer did you? They cause problems.
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Thank you for your response, i'll try doing that and, yes i did download a registry optimizer. Going to uninstall it in the morning. Thanks again
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13-Jan-2011, 09:18 AM #4
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Try reinstalling your display driver and directX.

You didn't download a registry optimizer did you? They cause problems.
Thanks alot, that worked. Reinstalling my display device, although after reinstalling it I had to reboot my pc twice it worked lol thank you much.
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