StarCraft® II


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Hey guys, i was wondering if you knew the solution to this problem. Well, here it is.

I was playing one day, just like any other, and I opened up SC2 Wings of Liberty. I went to play the campaign instead of playing quick match, co-op or arcade games like I usually do. I had clicked on the "Bridge" button, when to "Missions" and clicked one of the planets. Then, suddenly, SC2 crashed and I got an error message like this:

"Your computer is running low on available video memory. Please restart Starcraft 2 or send an error report to Blizzard concerning this issue."

This problem has occurred at least four times, and my computer is an Windows XPS. Only around the recent update for version 5.1 this has occurred. Here are my specs.

Windows XPS
Athlon II Dual Core Processor
2.00 Ghz
2.00 GB RAM
150 GB storage space
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yeah, I have the same issue. Asus laptop 8GB ram 2GB Vram GeForce GTX 660M windows 8.
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I am having the same issue. What the heck Blizz!

Gateway PC
Windows XP Home
Dual Core Cpu @ 2.80 GHz
GeForce 6600 128 MB VRAM
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Have you tried the latest drivers, EnderPort?

I would try some older ones too, if the newest don't help:
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