World of warcraft patch stuck on updating setup files

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Installing World of Warcraft (Wo W) in Ubuntu or Linux Mint (with Wine) is pretty easy, however there are various crashes that can occur, especially if you're not using the latest Wine and also, the FPS can be pretty low without a few tweaks, so I though I'd document everything I did to get World of Warcraft to work properly on my laptop (Nvidia Optimus, so I was able to test the game with both Nvidia and Intel graphics), even in large scale Pv Ps and hopefully, this will help you play Wo W under Ubuntu or Linux Mint.

Next, select "dbghelp" under "Existing overrides" and click "Edit" and in the new pop-up, set it to "Disable": Update August 2016: after some update, the app crashes due to some issues with msvcp140.

To fix this issue, open winecfg (type "winecfg" in a terminal), and on the Libraries tab, enter "msvcp140", then click "Add". Program: C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow-64Process ID: 57 Exception: 0x C0000005 (ACCESS_VIOLATION) at 0000000005A11A71 The instruction at "0x0000000005A11A71" referenced memory at "0x00007F38ACD6C028". you'll need to force World of Warcraft to use the 32bit client.

If you use to launch the game (that's only possible if you don't use Open GL, see below), you can change Wo W to use the 32bit client from the settings available via left-click on the blue icon on the top-left corner - the menu is not responsive and unfortunately you have to click quite a few times to get it to work.

Or, you can launch World of Warcraft using a script - adding "-noautolaunch64bit" will force the 32bit Wo W client to be launched instead of the 64bit one.

If you're already using a script, simply add "-noautolaunch64bit" at the end of your Wo W launch command.

Or, if you're not using a script already, create a new text file in your home folder - let's call it "wow" and in this file, paste the following: Then double click the "wow" file and run it to launch Wo W (you can also launch it from the command line using "~/wow", or edit the World of Warcraft desktop file to point to your newly created script). If World of Warcraft fails at the login screen (it's unable to connect) when launching the game through and you're using the Open GL gxapi, you'll find a work-around below, under the Wo W Linux/Wine optimizations and tweaks - see "A. With the latest World of Warcraft 7.0.3 patch, using Open GL is no longer usable due to the various visual glitches it causes, so I no longer recommend it.

However, I'll leave the instructions here in case you want to try it.

There are numerous reports saying that World of Warcraft runs better using Open GL.

In my test, I did indeed get a much higher FPS when using Nvidia graphics, but not using Intel graphics.

However, this depends on hardware so it may not be the case for you.

Unfortunately, running World of Warcraft with Open GL from is not possible at the time I'm writing this article, at least it wasn't in my test (and there are others who are experiencing the same issue) because World of Warcraft fails to connect. To get World of Warcraft to connect when using Open GL, you need to launch it using a script.

To do this, create a new text file in your home folder - let's call it "wow" and in this file, paste the following:(replace "YOURUSERNAME" with your username; you may need to adjust your Wo path!