This happened to me after they forced me to install the Anniversary update. Sometimes when I login I receive this error. I also used the onboard Lan. You can also try running the game in a window by adding -windowed to the line as explained above. So if you receive a Error 132.
By the way every thing was perfectly okay until the 1. The only item I never tried was playing with the audio card disabled. It's definitely something by Razer. As it's a little ambiguous, I'm inclined to focus on the other thing first. If the issues go away, then we suggest adding a fan to your system to help distribute heat in the case. I turned it off, never even used it before, and still no luck.
You can also put both options on at the same time, just make sure there is a space between them. They will be recreated with default values the next time you run the game. Am running a repair now to see if that fixes anything. I believe this was a huge problem because skipping that part of the install allows me to use the adddon. Mine happened to specifcally reference the memory. Hope this poorly written info helps someone who was desperate like me.
Go to the main wow folder. Let us know how it goes. It might be good to mention it to other W10 users. I have done this already before, it didn't seem to help. The issue is wow itself or what you have added to the game such as addons.
No overclocking on my machine at all. Once again thank you for your help! This is really bothering me. These terms and all related materials, logos, and images are copyright © Blizzard Entertainment. The support articles contain the solutions for the most common causes of each problem, and they outline numerous steps you can try without having to post, wait for a response, post, wait for a response, ad infinitum. Reshade with Framework runs just fine for me when using d3d11.
I did do a clean Graphic-card install. Many manufacturers have special instructions necessary for proper use of 48-bit Large Block Addressing on hard drives larger than 127 gigabytes. It looks like that the Repair-Game functionality doesn't work as intended. It also supports recording in the background requires you to opt in because there's an expected performance hit which means you can tell it to save the last 30 seconds+ of your gameplay to a video. Please try closing all background applications as explained on our support site: » 4. The error is always 132 and referenced memory is 0x000.
In the Battle Net launcher, I selected the Scan and Repair option after it crashed on me twice in a row. It could also be a sign that one of your memory chips is going bad. There is also a matter of low fps in WoW in general, a system of this calibre shouldn't have to much of a problem with fps in except for busy major cities. No Razer mouse logitech keyboard and a4tech mouse. I'll keep you guys updated! With the 64-bit client, I could log onto a character and would 132 immediately upon logging in. Paste the most recent on your new thread.
And reinstalling the game did repair the permissions??? Aber das geht doch eigentlich nicht, oder? Took a couple minutes to scan, and I logged in. Blizzard needs to fix the current problems of the game rather than just making up new servers for more money, as their current level of customer support. Yes, Ive spend the last day or so trying to trouble shoot the issue. I tried everything from deleting interface,addons,cache,wtf folder and nothing works. Writing this in case someone is stuck. And a reinstall of the game did work. A full reinstall did fix the file-permissions.
I have done this already before, it didn't seem to help. I have my fingers crossed! All background programs are closed or disabled. Everything was perfect prior to the pre-patch. Also try doing this: 1. Something is very fishy I found a solution that seems to have worked for me. It might be time Blizzard to inform the testdepartment? The only thing that changed during the night was that my computer decided to automatically update windows 10 overnight. Asking cause I want to post there.