Documentation Tactics

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Getting Started
Important note: The Burning Crusade is an expansion set to World of Warcraft. You must already have a properly installed copy of World of Warcraft in order to install and play this expansion.

Installing the Game (PC)


Welcome Back to the World of Warcraft!

System Requirements: OS: Windows 2000 (Service Pack 4); Windows XP (Service Pack 2).
Processor: Intel Pentium 3 800MHz, or AMD Duron 800MHz. Memory: 512 MB RAM, 1 GB RAM is recommended.
Video: Minimum: 32 MB 3D graphics processor with Hardware Transform and Lighting, such as an NVIDIA GeForce
2 class card or above. Recommended: 64MB VRAM 3D graphics processor with Vertex and Pixel Shader capability, such as an NVIDIA GeForce FX 5700 class card or above. For a complete list of supported 3D cards, please visit: Sound: DirectX-compatible sound card. Install Size: 10 gigabytes of hard disk space.
Installation Instructions
Place The Burning Crusade CD/DVD into your CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive. If your computer has autoplay enabled, an installation window will automatically pop up on your Windows desktop. Click the Install Burning Crusade button and follow the onscreen instructions to install The Burning Crusade to your hard drive.
If the installation window does not appear, open the My Computer icon on your desktop and double-click on the drive letter corresponding to your CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive to open it. Double-click on the Install.exe icon in the CD-ROM contents and follow the onscreen instructions to install The Burning Crusade.
Installing DirectX
You will need to install DirectX 9.0c in order to properly run The Burning Crusade. During installation you will be prompted to install DirectX if you do not already have the most up-to-date version installed on your computer.

Installing the Game (Mac)


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