Hey, about 6 months ago, I first got into playing World of Warcraft. When I first started playing it, I noticed two problems happening with the game: 1. A lot of the interface buttons (the buttons that you click in-game to attack, use an ability etc.) were either messed up, or showed the wrong graphic. 2. Every time I played the game, after a while the game would crash, and a blue screen would show up, saying there had been a fatal error, and that a memory dump was occurring. After this I could only switch off my computer and restart it. On restart, an error message would pop up asking if I wanted to send a report to Microsoft, but the details of the report weren't very helpful (especially to me, since I couldn't understand them at all). However, I managed to find a solution. After searching for a while, I remember coming across a forum, where a poster suggested getting a certain driver, and linked to it. Now not really understanding computers, I believe it was a driver, but I don't know if that would be the specific term. Anyway, on top of this I have a feeling that it was a previous version to my default driver on the computer, because I seem to remember that when installing it, the computer told me that it was less advanced than my current one. However, it completely fixed the problem, and I have never had problems with the game since. The problem is that recently, I had to completely reset my computer, and so it reverted back to its default state, including those starting drivers. Now I've installed World of Warcraft, and the same errors from before are coming up - dodgy interface buttons, and blue screens and memory dump errors. I've tried searching for that post, but I can't really find it. However, I was wondering whether, given those criteria, the people on this forum could suggest what it was that I downloaded last time. Like I said, I believe it was less advanced than the driver I have on my computer (and I do believe it was a driver, or something related to it). My current driver is something like: Mobile Intel® 915GM/GMS,910GML Express Chipset Family - well that might not be a driver specifically, but I think that might be where the problem lies (I hope it is, because I'm not sure where to look otherwise). Thanks in advance. P.s. I'm not sure if this is the right forum, but I'm pretty sure it's driver related, so I hope it could fit in here.