Manually set VideoMemorySize


In Crossover click the Bottles button in the top-left, select the bottle containing your game, and double-click the Run Command app icon. Enter regedit in the Command field and press Run.

Within regedit, browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Wine/Direct3D and in Direct3D right-click and add a new string value called VideoMemorySize and set it to 512.

If the Direct3D folder doesn't exist, right-click on the Wine folder, New Key, and rename it Direct3D


For more detailed instructions, please visit our tutorial for setting registry keys.
Last modified on 2017-01-24 10:49:19 by Andrew Balfour
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