Warcraft II Windows 95/98 Technical Problem Trick

Do you ever get a wierd error message when you try to run Warcraft 2 in Windows 95/98 when the Blizzard graphic pops up on the screen?� The computer complains about the VMM or something like that with an exception error.� You can fix this by running the program UVCONFIG in the Warcraft�II directory.� To do this click on the Start button, click on Run, type in C:\WAR2\UVCONFIG (or wherever you installed Warcraft II), and press enter.� When the program runs just click on OK and it will update your display.� That will fix the problem it gives you.

Warcraft II Cheat Codes

While in a game hit the enter key. �A prompt will come up at the bottom of the screen saying "Message", type in the cheat code and hit the enter key to activate the cheat code. �To shut-off a cheat code enter it again.

Registered Version

Shareware Version

Maps, Patches, and Utilities

I made a map that disables any use of magic on the map. �This can work for any number of players, but by default there is one human against seven computers (I think). �I used the Extended Map Editor to disable all the magic (you can download the map editor below). �Click here to download the map I made.

You can get patches and upgrades at Blizzard's Web Site.

There are a lot of cool programs that can modify the game. �Warcraft II itself comes with a map editor so you can create your own maps. �Another great utility I have found is the Extended Map Editor. �This editor allows you to change character behavior, make other objects act like anything else you want, and you can even disable something in a custom map (like magic). �You can get this map editor INSERT LINK HERE.

Ever want to play Warcraft but don't like putting in your CD each time? �INSERT LINK HERE is a program that will let you do that. �Just upgrade with one of the patches to version 1.4 or 1.5 so it will work the best. �Disclaimer: �It is illegal to use this program in a way as to play the game without owning it, I take no responsiblity for the use of this program by you or others and you agree that I cannot be held resposible for what you do with this program. �I also didn't create the program so don't ask me what to do if you can't get it to work.

Setting up multi player games


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