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Looks like you do not have the latest version of directx..Also make sure you have the latest drivers for your graphics card..If it still doesn't work then create a desktop shortcut for the game right-click it->Select Properties->In target box->add -opengl suffix.
Ex:If it shows "C:\Program FIles\Wow.exe" then you should make it
"C:\Program Files\Wow.exe" -opengl
Dont forget to leave a space between " and -
Happy gaming!

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