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Ganirea
Ganirea
Americas
18:53, 24/02/11

Ok so I installed the game as an admin on this computer and I can play it fine with no problems on the admin but, If I try playing it on the guest account this error comes up:

ERROR #134 (0x85100086) Fatal Condition

Program: E:\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:

[11] err=0 text=FileStack_Streaming::StreamingOpen — Unable to open the storage file

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Storm Error Msg:Access is denied.

So I think the problem is that the access is denied because the guest doesn't have admin privileges to re write the install but I already have it up to date on the admin. So is there way to make it work on the guest account without having admin privileges?

Jessicalu
Jessicalu
Americas
18:53, 24/02/11

It looks like that file has become corrupted but something is blocking the streaming repair feature so it cannot be replaced, and thus is throwing that error.

Try this first:

Go to the Control Panel and open up Internet Options.

Click on the Connections tab.

Click the button called «LAN Settings»

Uncheck all of the options on that screen.

Then try again.

If that does not work, go back in and check the box to «Automatically Detect Settings» and test once more.

It could also be a permissions issue.

Make sure that you are on the administrative account for the computer, and if you are on Windows Vista or Windows 7 try right–clicking on the shortcut and running as administrator instead of double–clicking.

If that does not work, you can also try to take ownership of the entire World of Warcraft folder, which can sometimes fix this.

How to take ownership in Vista/7: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/add-take-ownership-to-explorer-r...

How to take ownership in XP: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/308421

If you are still having issues, check to make sure that your antivirus is not detecting a false–positive in the program and blocking the patch. If it is, you will need to flag the file as safe.

I have also seen people have success by disabling their antivirus temporarily, or in many cases, uninstalling temporarily. Some antivirus programs do not entirely disable when you instruct them to do so.

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