Question about Blizzard Entertainment World of Warcraft Collector's Edition for Windows
I keep getting Error 132, what is this? How can i get rid of it?
Wondered around a bit and found few steps that might help you solve error 132
Remove Temp Files
Go to the World of Warcraft installation directory on your hard disk.
If you have an Interface folder, rename it or delete it, after you do this remove all the files in your Cache and WTF folders.
Make sure that your motherboard, video, sound, and network card drivers are updated.
I think this should do the trick, if any of you true WoW experts (my WoW knowledge is very basic), has a better way, or a suggestion to improve this solution, post it.
Posted on Aug 27, 2008
Go to the World of Warcraft folder.
Delete the Interface, WDB, and WTF folders.
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.
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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