N/APosted on - 11/22/2011
Hey WoW amigos,
Word of Warcraft is one of my favorite games.
I have done upgrades on my computer to make it perfect for this kind games. Everything worked fine and I wanted to install patch2.
When I have done this I am having problems with game.
Now I can't run it and I get error message. Can someone tell me what is wrong?
Is there any solution for upgrading and playing game with patch2? I am using Windows Vista.
This application has encountered a critical error:
The operation completed successfully.
Program: C:Program FilesWorld of WarcraftWoW.exe
WoW Patch 2 error a critical error
The first step when facing any error or crash is to close down WoW and remove the WTF, Cache and Interface folders from the World of Warcraft game directory.
These folders contain temporary data and frequently altered files that may have become corrupted. This will also remove any custom UI's that may contribute to the problem as well. You can move these folders to the desktop or another directory if you wish to retain the data, however for now please start WoW without those folders present.
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2. Installation Error 2
3. Installation Error 5, 8, 38
4. Patching errors and known issues
5. Error 121
6. Error 124
7. Error 131
8. Error 132
9. Error 134
10. Black screen crashes/freezes
11. Blue screen crashes (Windows)
12. System hardlock/ softlock
13. "Not enough storage to complete this command"