Updating wow


  1.    06 Oct 2006 #1
    waldpiek Guest

    Updating wow


    Wow start fine but now when i try update it, it downloads fine but patching
    goes good until 99 percent when it try to remove original files.

    i am administrator why can it not override / move the files
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2.    19 Oct 2006 #2
    chihs Guest

    RE: Updating wow


    I get the issue too, the exact error message is

    "....\patch.MPQ" file cannot rename to "....\patch.MPQ.Trash"
    (Conflict:ResolveConflicts/1)

    ....

    "waldpiek" wrote:

    > Wow start fine but now when i try update it, it downloads fine but patching
    > goes good until 99 percent when it try to remove original files.
    >
    > i am administrator why can it not override / move the files

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

Updating wow

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