Manually set VideoMemorySize

  1. Select the bottle containing your game and click Run Command. Enter regedit in the Command field and click Run.

  2. In the Registry Editor, click HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > Wine > Direct3D. Right-click on Direct3D, and click New > String Value.

  3. Enter VideoMemorySize in the Name field and 512 in the Data field.

Note: If the Direct3D folder doesn't exist, you can create a new key. Right-click on the Wine folder, click New > Key, and rename it Direct3D.

See also, Editing a Bottle's Registry Keys.

Last modified on 2022-08-29 08:52:24 by CJ Silver
Are you sure you want to delete this page?
Note: Any nested pages that are under this one will be moved up one level. Any attachments tied to this page will be deleted.
Move / Rename Page
Unknown Error, unable to move!
That page exists already!
One or more of the parent pages specified in new path do not exist!
/support/wiki/ /support/wiki/linux/faq/videomemorysize
CodeWeavers or its third-party tools process personal data (e.g. browsing data or IP addresses) and use cookies or other identifiers, which are necessary for its functioning and required to achieve the purposes illustrated in our Privacy Policy. You accept the use of cookies or other identifiers by clicking the Acknowledge button.
Please Wait...
eyJjb3VudHJ5IjoiVVMiLCJsYW5nIjpudWxsLCJjYXJ0IjowLCJ0enMiOi01LCJjZG4iOiJodHRwczpcL1wvbWVkaWEuY29kZXdlYXZlcnMuY29tXC9wdWJcL2Nyb3Nzb3Zlclwvd2Vic2l0ZSIsImNkbnRzIjoxNjU2NDMwODcxLCJjc3JmX3Rva2VuIjoiTENzdHJOVWhRUk5oRzVHWCIsImdkcHIiOjB9