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I can't install a game (world of warcraft) on my laptop because an error message always appears saying there might be a problem with my system or drive at C:/

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JUST restore your system and use it

or

set the location directory to some other drive like D,E,F.

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Graphics lagging, stuttering in world of warcraft


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World of Warcraft System Requirements
The World of Warcraft system requirements are impressive. World of Warcraft requires a large amount of memory, hard drive space and, above all, a solid
internet connection.
For a Windows system, the minimum World of Warcraft system requirements are as follows:
- Intel Pentium III 800 MHz or AMD Athlon 800 MHz processor
- at least 512 MB of RAM,
- 32 MB graphics card,
- DirectX 9.0,
- 6.0 GB of hard drive space
- 4x CD-ROM
- 56k internet connection.
However, the recommended World of Warcraft system requirements are substantially higher:
- Intel Pentium IV 1.5 GHz or AMD XP 1500+ MHz processor
- 1024 MB of RAM
- 64 MB 3D graphics card
- broadband internet connection
- A two-button, scroll-wheel mouse is also recommended.
Millions of players connect daily to the World of Warcraft servers, and the amount of information being transferred from any one computer to the main terminals is enormous. But with all of these numbers and with all of these devices, frequent gamers know they will need to go above the minimal system requirements to experience the game fully. The minimal World of Warcraft system requirements only guarantee the game to run; they do not guarantee the game to run in a playable fashion.
There are some other known issues to keep in mind
- Some video cards may experience problems displaying certain textural effects while playing. Graphic issues may include colors shimmering across static textures, textures that appear solid green or white, and patches of texture or even geometry that are invisible.
- World of Warcraft/Burning Crusade requires the latest version of DirectX.
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Something else you should keep in mind is that World of Warcraft had multiple expansion packs and down-loadable patches and these are also a factor into the World of Warcraft system requirements. Overtime, the specifications have shifted, and will keep shifting in the future; what was once acceptable to run the original game is no longer adequate for some expansions and patches. This will force players to upgrade their computers, if they wish to run the latest versions of the game. Gamers really have no choice; in order to compete, they must have the latest World of Warcraft software and a system that meets at least the recommended requirements; otherwise, you will keep stumbling around.


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Error #134 fatal condition world maps among others happens all the time


Go to the World of Warcraft folder.
Delete the Interface, WDB, and WTF folders.
Restart WoW.
This WILL erase all your settings and addons.

If you prefer not to erase all your settings and addons:
Rename the Interface, WDB, and WTF folders.
Restart WoW.

What this does is resets your game to the original install and will remove any potential corrupted files causing the error messages.

Hope this helps!

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Go to the World of Warcraft folder.
Delete the Interface, WDB, and WTF folders.
Restart WoW.
This WILL erase all your settings and addons.

If you prefer not to erase all your settings and addons:
Rename the Interface, WDB, and WTF folders.
Restart WoW.

What this does is resets your game to the original install and will remove any potential corrupted files causing the error messages.

Hope this helps!

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Error #134 is a registry error caused by a poor or corrupted registry entry.

There are a number of ways to fixes this.

  1. Use a registry repair tool (google for one)
  2. Copy the file expansion-speech-enUS.MPQ and renamed it speech-enUS.MPQ in the same folder.
  3. Some people say rebooting their computer fixed the problem. Many systems repair the registry on reboot these days.
One or more of these should fix your problem.

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OK i play WoW and what your experiencing is the patching of the game and yes there are alot of patches. Keep on patching till your version is 3.1.2.9901

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Try to move the World of Warcraft folder back to where it was originally installed and run the patch.

Or try this -
1. go to Macintosh HD => Users => Shared => Blizzard: delete the .plist file inside
2. launch the World of Warcraft game and let the patch go through again, download/patch

Good luck.

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You have to repair your game.

1. Go to the Repair Tool in World of Warcraft folder > repair.exe

2. Right Click the World of Warcraft Shortcut > Properties

3. Click Find Target button in the bottom left of the Shortcut tab. This will display the World of Warcraft folder.

5. Double Click on Repair program and choose the Reset and Check files option.

6. This will create a backup of your WTF, WDB and Interface folders before resetting them and then begin scanning your installation.

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