If you have 2 ore more monitors, you might want to turn one on for the configuration. Sometimes quake3 doesn't like a secondary monitor to detect the resolution. I had this problem, and the only way to fix it was to do the following:
Go to the desktop properties - display. Go to the settings tab. Go to the resolution tab and turn off the rest of the options. Now go to the monitor tab. Change the resolution of your secondary monitor and leave the other one turned off. Now go back to the screen settings tab, apply the changes and you are done!
If you are using Warcraft III, you must restart the game after you issue the command "warcraft 3". Prior to version 1.22, Warcraft III would have been in an unresponsive state if you issued the command "warcraft 3 /u /b dsettings.cfg", so be sure to include
The registry is essentially a database that holds different settings that are associated with Windows 10. It is usually accessed using the “Win+R” shortcut. Once in the registry editing software, navigate to the “Regional and Language Options” and then “Regional Options”. Then, select the “Steam” tab and click on the “Apply” button.
Troublesome error steamprov can be corrected by going into control panel then add/remove or change some of the settings in control panel then uninstall and reinstall again. I’ve mentioned in another article and this one too. “Customizing Control Panel will help solve Steam error steam_api.dll.” d2c66b5586