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Zebastian
Zebastian
Americas
23:43, 22/02/11

i have tried everything listed in other threads, other sites, i have changed proxy settings uninstalled and re–installed, this is a ONE user computer im the admin, ive deleted the mfil and tfil files and tried running repair, but repair cannot connect to the blizzard servers, the launcher says failed to obtain patching information and when i run the wow retail(bypassing the launcher from the wow folder) it says failed to load wow.mfil(i copy this file when i do manage to play to try at a future time when it fails as it NEVER works the first try). i try over and over for hours, literally, and it it eventually works, the only way i can play is to try over and over then minimize wow and never ever close it, sometimes it does this for days. a gm told me it was my internet service provider so i called them and they have no known issues with blizzard servers. wow and all files are permitted on all securities, i turn off our router firewall, i plug it directly into the internet bypassing the router(i use mcafee wich has it firewall permanently off in an attempt to play a game i pay monthly for) im at my wits end absolutly NOTHING works other than hours of persistence, i would like to know why i have this issue, my girlfriend who has a seprate laptop plugged into the internet NOT wireless like mine has the exact same issue, wow runs fine for days if left open but if it closes by mistake or crashes we lose the ability to play. if anyone has had this frustrating issue and solved it let me know as it appears im not the only one, and it happens when there is no patch to download as well, its as if wow thinks there is no internet connection and wont communicate with blizzard servers when mere seconds before i could play with minimal issues and quite often if i do manage to play the other computer on the network still has this issue.

all methods eventually work but i must spend hours clicking and closing

errors i see are listed below

when i click on the launcher i see «launcher cannot obtain patching information. Please check your internet configuration»

when i run repair it runs for about a minute with no progress, 13623 is the version detected and then it wont connect to the blizzard servers

when i click on the icon in the wow folder labelled wow(which has worked in the past for me)

i see the following errors in this order

Failed to initialize wow.mfil

Details:

[7] err=0 text=manifests::Readdirectfile — ReadDirectFileFromBuffer failed

[6] err=0 text=manifestInfo::ReadDirectFileFromBuffer — manifest_partial tag failed

[5] err=7 text=FileManifest::ReadIndirectFile — Download

World of WarCraft: Retail Build (build 13623)

Exe: C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

Time: Feb 22, 2011 1:14:17.453 PM

User: Paul Gerscht

Computer: LYNDSAYS


This application has encountered a critical error:

ERROR #134 (0x85100086) Fatal Condition

Program: C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

Failed to open archive Data/wow–update–13164.MPQ. Missing or corrupted data.

Unable to recover using data from the network. Please check your Internet connection and try again.

Debug Details:

[0] err=4 text=Win32 Open — Data\wow–update–13164.MPQ.writeCacheBackup

[7] err=0 text=Manifests::ReadDirectFile — ReadDirectFileFromBuffer failed

[6] err=0 text=ManifestInfo::ReadDirectFileFromBuffer — manifest_partial tag failed

[5] err=7 text=FileManifest::ReadIndirectFile — DownloadURL failed — http://ak.worldofwarcraft.com.edgesuite.net/wow-pod-retail/NA/12911.streaming...

[4] err=7 text=Blizzard::Streaming::ManifestInfo::ReadIndirectFile — HTTP Download failed for http://ak.worldofwarcraft.com.edgesuite.net/wow-pod-retail/NA/12911.streaming... Error Code: 7

[3] err=7 text=Blizzard::Streaming::ManifestInfo::ReadIndirectFile — HTTP Download failed for http://ak.worldofwarcraft.com.edgesuite.net/wow-pod-retail/NA/12911.streaming... Error Code: 7

[2] err=7 text=Blizzard::Streaming::ManifestInfo::ReadIndirectFile — HTTP Download failed for http://ak.worldofwarcraft.com.edgesuite.net/wow-pod-retail/NA/12911.streaming... Error Code: 7

[1] err=7 text=Blizzard::Streaming::ManifestInfo::ReadIndirectFile — HTTP Download failed for http://ak.worldofwarcraft.com.edgesuite.net/wow-pod-retail/NA/12911.streaming... Error Code: 7

[0] err=7 text=Blizzard::Streaming::ManifestInfo::ReadIndirectFile — HTTP Download failed for http://ak.worldofwarcraft.com.edgesuite.net/wow-pod-retail/NA/12911.streaming... Error Code: 7

Storm Error Msg:An attempt was made to move the file pointer before the beginning of the file.

WoWBuild: 13623

Settings:

SET locale «enUS»

SET enterWorld «1»

SET patchlist «enUS.patch.battle.net:1119/patch»

SET hwDetect «0»

SET gxRefresh «60»

SET gxMultisampleQuality «0.000000»

SET gxFixLag «0»

SET videoOptionsVersion «4»

SET textureFilteringMode «3»

SET playIntroMovie «4»

SET mouseSpeed «1.5»

SET lastCharacterIndex «1»

SET readTOS «1»

SET readEULA «1»

SET showToolsUI «1»

SET accounttype «CT»

SET ChatMusicVolume «0.29999998211861»

SET ChatSoundVolume «0.39999997615814»

SET ChatAmbienceVolume «0.29999998211861»

SET VoiceActivationSensitivity «0.39999997615814»

SET Sound_MusicVolume «0»

SET Sound_AmbienceVolume «0.60000002384186»

SET terrainMipLevel «0»

SET farclip «727»

SET particleDensity «60»

SET rippleDetail «1»

SET reflectionMode «0»

SET groundEffectDensity «64»

SET groundEffectDist «160»

SET projectedTextures «1»

SET shadowMode «1»

SET shadowTextureSize «2048»

SET weatherDensity «1»

SET realmName «Kilrogg»

SET gameTip «69»

SET readScanning «–1»

SET readContest «–1»

SET readTerminationWithoutNotice «–1»

SET installType «Retail»

SET Gamma «0.700000»

SET checkAddonVersion «0»

SET accountName «jaws_19@hotmail.com»

SET Sound_EnableAllSound «0»

SET Sound_MasterVolume «1»



Stack Trace (Manual)


Address Frame Logical addr Module

Showing 6/6 threads…

  • Thread ID: 3132 [Current Thread] — ––
  • 00404DAD 0013FA38 0001:00003DAD C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    00404DE6 0013FA44 0001:00003DE6 C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    00705D0E 0013FB74 0001:00304D0E C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    00705F55 0013FB84 0001:00304F55 C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    004061DB 0013FCD8 0001:000051DB C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    0040753E 0013FF1C 0001:0000653E C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    00407999 0013FF2C 0001:00006999 C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    004079E8 0013FFC0 0001:000069E8 C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    7C817077 0013FFF0 0001:00016077 C:\WINDOWS\system32\kernel32.dll

  • Thread ID: 2072 — ––
  • 77DF8631 019CFFB4 0001:00027631 C:\WINDOWS\system32\ADVAPI32.dll

    7C80B729 019CFFEC 0001:0000A729 C:\WINDOWS\system32\kernel32.dll

  • Thread ID: 588 — ––
  • 71A55FA7 0261FC04 0001:00004FA7 C:\WINDOWS\system32\mswsock.dll

    71AB314F 0261FC54 0001:0000214F C:\WINDOWS\system32\WS2_32.dll

    3D93E9A9 0261FFAC 0001:0000D9A9 C:\WINDOWS\system32\WININET.dll

    3D95DEAB 0261FFB4 0001:0002CEAB C:\WINDOWS\system32\WININET.dll

    7C80B729 0261FFEC 0001:0000A729 C:\WINDOWS\system32\kernel32.dll

  • Thread ID: 3356 — ––
  • 7C80B729 0271FFEC 0001:0000A729 C:\WINDOWS\system32\kernel32.dll

  • Thread ID: 2284 — ––
  • 7C802542 029AFF24 0001:00001542 C:\WINDOWS\system32\kernel32.dll

    00740FC0 029AFF5C 0001:0033FFC0 C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    00744CDA 029AFF70 0001:00343CDA C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    00951B5E 029AFFA8 0001:00550B5E C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    00951C06 029AFFB4 0001:00550C06 C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    7C80B729 029AFFEC 0001:0000A729 C:\WINDOWS\system32\kernel32.dll

  • Thread ID: 3272 — ––
  • 7C802542 02DDFF28 0001:00001542 C:\WINDOWS\system32\kernel32.dll

    00740E99 02DDFF5C 0001:0033FE99 C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    00744CDA 02DDFF70 0001:00343CDA C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    00951B5E 02DDFFA8 0001:00550B5E C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    00951C06 02DDFFB4 0001:00550C06 C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe

    7C80B729 02DDFFEC 0001:0000A729 C:\WINDOWS\system32\kernel32.dll


    Stack Trace (Using DBGHELP.DLL)


    Showing 6/6 threads…

  • Thread ID: 3132 [Current Thread] — ––
  • Thread ID: 2072 — ––
  • 77DF8631 ADVAPI32.dll WmiFreeBuffer+590 (0x00000000,0x00000000,0x77DF8AE4,0x00000000)

    7C80B729 kernel32.dll GetModuleFileNameA+442 (0x77DF848A,0x00000000,0x00000000,0x003F0050)

  • Thread ID: 588 — ––
  • 71A55FA7 mswsock.dll <unknown symbol>+0 (0x00000001,0x0261FE84,0x0261FC7C,0x0261FD80)

    71AB314F WS2_32.dll select+167 (0x00000001,0x0261FE84,0x0261FC7C,0x0261FD80)

    3D93E9A9 WININET.dll Ordinal346+1710 (0x0261FFEC,0x7C80B729,0x00182640,0x00002190)

    3D95DEAB WININET.dll InternetSetStatusCallbackA+483 (0x00182640,0x00002190,0x0013CF0C,0x00182640)

    7C80B729 kernel32.dll GetModuleFileNameA+442 (0x3D95DE9E,0x00182640,0x00000000,0x00000000)

  • Thread ID: 3356 — ––
  • 7C80B729 kernel32.dll GetModuleFileNameA+442 (0x7C927D83,0x00000000,0x00000000,0x00000008)

  • Thread ID: 2284 — ––
  • 7C802542 kernel32.dll WaitForSingleObject+18 (0x000022D4,0xFFFFFFFF,0x003F76D8,0xFFFFFFFF)

    00740FC0 Wow.exe GetBattlenetAllocator+936480 (0x003F7088,0xFFFFFFFF,0x003F76D8,0x029AFFA8)

    00744CDA Wow.exe GetBattlenetAllocator+952122 (0x003F5D08,0x77FE7B7C,0xFFFFFFFF,0x003F76D8)

    00951B5E Wow.exe GetBattlenetAllocator+3102142 (0x0281FB5C,0x029AFFEC,0x7C80B729,0x003F76D8)

    00951C06 Wow.exe GetBattlenetAllocator+3102310 (0x003F76D8,0xFFFFFFFF,0x0281FB5C,0x003F76D8)

    7C80B729 kernel32.dll GetModuleFileNameA+442 (0x00951B84,0x003F76D8,0x00000000,0x78746341)

  • Thread ID: 3272 — ––
  • 7C802542 kernel32.dll WaitForSingleObject+18 (0x00002290,0xFFFFFFFF,0x00690074,0x01BF04A8)

    00740E99 Wow.exe GetBattlenetAllocator+936185 (0x003F74C0,0x00690074,0x003FA0D0,0x02DDFFA8)

    00744CDA Wow.exe GetBattlenetAllocator+952122 (0x01BF04A8,0x77B97B7C,0x00690074,0x003FA0D0)

    00951B5E Wow.exe GetBattlenetAllocator+3102142 (0x0013FAB8,0x02DDFFEC,0x7C80B729,0x003FA0D0)

    00951C06 Wow.exe GetBattlenetAllocator+3102310 (0x003FA0D0,0x00690074,0x0013FAB8,0x003FA0D0)

    7C80B729 kernel32.dll GetModuleFileNameA+442 (0x00951B84,0x003FA0D0,0x00000000,0x00000008)


    Loaded Modules


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    DBG–MODULE<00400000 00B6C000 «Wow.exe» «Wow.pdb» 0 {963b1cee–1e1c–49d8–85e1751e287b366b} 1 1297306666>

    DBG–MODULE<029C0000 0016F000 «nview.dll» «nView.pdb» 0 {45c7fb07–c89f–4f04–b11d4e375bad84e2} 1 1126156024>

    DBG–MODULE<03000000 00115000 «dbghelp.dll» «dbghelp.pdb» 0 {a95a9676–9559–4b16–959820e93cb1abec} 1 1152389492>

    DBG–MODULE<10000000 00008000 «saHook.dll» «saHook.pdb» 0 {24d13459–8188–4d04–be7b5d5684181039} 1 1294180595>

    DBG–MODULE<3D930000 000E6000 «WININET.dll» «wininet.pdb» 0 {36f36119–7a14–4dda–97d3e24ded4d8751} 2 1292889560>

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    Memory Dump


    Stack: 1024 bytes starting at (ESP = 0013F064)

    * = addr ** *

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    Free physical memory: 1539522560

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    Total virtual memory: 2147352576

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    List of running WoW processes:

    Process: C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe; pid: 880


    Hardware/Driver Information:

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    Page Size: 4096

    Min App Address: 0x10000

    Max App Address: 0x7ffeffff

    Processor Mask: 0x1

    Number of Processors: 1

    Processor Type: 586

    Allocation Granularity: 65536

    Processor Level: 6

    Processor Revision: 3336

    Os Version: 5.1

    Os Service Pack: 3.0

    This application has encountered a critical error:

    Error #134 (0x85100086) Fatal Condition

    Program: C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\wow.exe

    Failed to open archive data/wow–update–13164.mpq Missing or Corrupted data.

    Unable to recover using data from the network. please check your internet connection and try again.

    Press OK to terminate the application

    Davidedl
    Davidedl
    Americas
    23:43, 22/02/11

    Zebastian

    There are 2 common causes for this error.

    1. Proxy settings (Which you checked already)

    2. Security programs

    What security programs do you have installed?

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    Davidedl
    Davidedl
    Americas
    01:47, 23/02/11

    Zebastian

    McAfee is usually the program that causes this error. Try disabling it completely to see if that helps, but if it doesn't you may need to uninstall it temporarily.

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