#***Patcher never pops up, or disappears after you press " LAUNCH"*** This can be caused by corruption with the patcher itself or it failed to properly self-patch.Additionally, it may be due to some issues with the configuration of your computer system's permissions (meaning it can't properly save the files in the correct location).From our testing, Macs users experiencing distorted sound/low FPS should've be fixed in Patch 6.8.
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This is usually caused by issues with the graphics card driver, visit binary drivers for more information.
If you have the installation discs, this guide recommends that you copy the contents of your discs to your hard disk and install Wo W from there.
This is why it can sometimes get as high as 20k, even though there aren't 20k files in the installation. ** If you restart the client, it may cause it to scan even more files.
The patcher will eventually stop scanning files, and it will patch normally afterward.
7) Open that folder and open the launcher (or Launcher.app) 8) The launcher will download some updated tools and files in a "patch.mpq" file in the wow public test folder.
9) Run the PTR from that folder by opening the Green Test icon.HOW TO INSTALL THE PTR IF YOU HAVE A PTR FOLDER FROM LAST TIME SCROLL DOWN IF INSTALLING FOR THE FIRST TIME: This is copy and pasted from last content patch we had. Please note I don't know what all the patch file names are as mirrors aren't up yet for me to check against.Also this guide assumes you want to reinstall the PTR hence step 1.Next, to un-install Wow Matrix itself: On a Mac or Linux computer, drag Wow Matrix to the Trash. If you're on a Windows PC and get a "Destination Folder Access Denied" error message when trying to delete Wow Matrix, please see this step-by-step solution. It is safe to allow Wow Matrix to automatically install and run 'curl.exe' if prompted by your security software.Curl is a lightweight open-source command line tool for transferring files over the Internet. We are probably even more paranoid about security than you are.