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1-11-2011 @ 10:42AM
Thanks guys. I feel for the people who don't read this or any sort of forum and spend the day beating the hell out of their Internet routers, reinstalling wow, and on hold with tech support.
1-11-2011 @ 10:50AM
Thank you SO much for this information!!! I did some research and people were coming up with all sorts of ways to backdoor it. I checked the Battle.net site and realm status though and they're all down. I saw this listed and thought I'd check here as well and the information was greatly appreciated. Yes, I can't imagine doing reinstalls or messing with configurations by not just checking to see what's really going on. Thanks!
a friend of mine has already complained on Facebook, blaming microsoft and saying she needs to update her windows updater to get 77 more updates to update ie9 just to run the launcher.
1-11-2011 @ 12:12PM
Heh, reading through the comments on this article, I can't help but laugh at some people who did restores, reinstalls, bash their heads into their computers, etc...It's maintenance day, expect to not play all morning. While this is the first time I had ever seen that message, I knew better than to worry. If it was still happening at 11 pst, then I would know something was wrong. I would definitely research it first though, long before I did a restore or reinstall or whatever.
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