Question about Blizzard Entertainment World of Warcraft Collector's Edition for Windows
Permissions sets could have changed:
Follow these steps to set them –
1.) Click the Finder icon in the Dock
2.) Open the Applications folder
3.) Open Utilities folder
4.) Double click the Disk Utility application
5.) Select the hard drive WoW is installed on
6.) Select First Aid option
7.) Click on the Repair Disk Permissions
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
Looks like you need to update the game before you can log in
There is a repair utility that you can get here
We have a repair utility that can check your files and replace corrupted files as well. You can get the latest version available here. Note: The utility is currently only available for Windows systems.
Note: With the release of 1.8.0 the repair utility (repair.exe) can now be found in the main World of Warcraft game directory on your hard drive
The latest patches for WOW can be downloaded here
Hope that fixes your problem
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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