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2-28-2012 @ 4:49PM
I just thought I would point out, in case anyone other than I spent 15 minutes feeling like an idiot - this will only work if you have patch 4.3.3 installed. If you're in the US, then what are you waiting for?If, however, like me, you are on an EU server (other international regions too I guess) then 4.3.3 won't be applied until tomorrow (29/2). So don't try and apply the launcher patch until after your server goes back up in the morning - you will only get an error message like "This beta 64-bit version of Wow does not match the installed version of this game."
2-28-2012 @ 5:28PM
Ah, well this answer my question. I was going to ask if the 64-bit client was only functional on the US version of the game. From your post it seems like it works with any version of the client. Awesome.
2-28-2012 @ 6:03PM
You seem MUCH more in the know of this than me and I would so appreciate any advice and clarification from you.I play on a EU relam and whenever I would download the client from the EU wow site it would only give me the option of my US realm that is closed and inactive. I got a royal ring around by blizz support and even tried asking wowinsider but got no luck. Seriuously I went into all the nitty gritty details and everything is working right but each time only the us realm pops up in 64 bit mode and that acount is closed.So I was wondering when it it says not yet supported and is technically a beta thing does this mean eventually it will be official and when we go into options then game preferences the choice between 32 and 64 will be there? I also have a 64 bit system with 4 gigs. I am content to wait I guess when it becomes "offiical" I just find all this rather confusing and uber frustrating how it just will not work on my EU account.....Any words of reason would be uber appreciated!
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