Diablo 3 Not Supported. Rollback your Video Card if it’s AMD’s Catalyst 12.4.
If you decided to up your video card with AMD’s Catalyst 12.4, you will be disappointed to know that Diablo 3 can’t be run with it. Too high. Go figure. There is such thing as too much, but dial it down a bit and you should be good to go.
If you don’t know if you can even run the game try typing in canyourunit in Google and test Diablo3 specs. They will give you a good idea if you can run the game or any game for that matter. heck. For the lazies. link.
The news also hit pcmag and jumppushstart.
“This issue only affects users of ATI Radeon HD 2400, 2600, 2900, 3400, 3600 and 4500 graphics cards under Windows Vista and Windows 7. Users of these products under Windows XP are unaffected, as are users of ATI Radeon HD 5000, and AMD Radeon HD 6000 or 7000 series products. We are working directly with Blizzard to investigate the issue with the highest possible priority and will provide updates as they become available.”
In other words, if you’re running a fairly modern graphics card — Radeon HD 4500-series cards hit the market in 2008, for what it’s worth — you will have no problems playing Diablo 3. Assuming, of course, that the thought of missing out on the game didn’t already give you a heart attack. Full article here.
Omrakos, a ‘Support Forum Agent’ from the official Diablo 3 forums has revealed that Diablo 3 will not support the latest AMD Catalyst Drivers. If you continue reading the thread, which you can do here. It seems that users with the Catalyst 12.3 release are experiencing the same error, which says that the video driver is not compatible with the Diablo 3 Beta. Full article here.
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