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8-06-2009 @ 1:24AM
For those of you that keep crashing wow, that happened to me as well.Run a WoW repair from the start menu. It takes a few minutes and you'll have to reload your Add Ons afterward, but it resolved my problems.While you're waiting on the repairs, you might as well DL the latest Add Ons.Hope it helps.~Fatamorgana
8-06-2009 @ 1:28AM
+1 for this, both my desktop and Laptop did the same thing, and they are brand new high specc'd machines.I couldn't quite figure out what caused the issue, but I was able to get back in and turn all my video settings back right up with no problems.It even seemed to run better than normal.
8-06-2009 @ 1:34AM
I did this with the issue i was having. Didn't help. I cleared the wtf and etc folders. but still nothing. can't log in on my laptop
8-06-2009 @ 2:47AM
You don't have to reload all your addons just copy the folder@ world of warcraft\interface\addons to some other location on your pc and once the repair is complete copy it back. it should work as if they were never gone at all
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