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so for about a month i couldnt play wow because i had to buy more RAM and now that i did when i try to install the game it will get to like 76% and my computer will automatically shut it down and Blizzard Installment is not responding and will keep doing that so does any no what i can do besides call Blizzard?
July 3, 2010
Remove the memory and try booting your system back up. If it does, and Warcraft runs, it is a memory issue. Calling Blizzard will not help. Contact the memory chip manufacturer and ask them to help walk you through the installation.
Also be sure that all your drivers are updated before you re-install.
Finally, this type of question may be out of the realm of our expertise, and best asked in a tech forum.
August 16, 2010
Sounds like a firewall issue. Especially if it is stopping at the exact same percentage every time. What anti-virus are you using? You may want to open it up and temporarily turn it off during the download. I have to do this with every update.
September 13, 2010
Is there a reason you can't install it without the new memory and then add the memory afterwards? Not having enough memory shouldn't matter and then you'd know whether it was the memory causing the problem or not.
I'm running on an iMac with only 1GB RAM in it (my 4GB should be arriving any day now...) and that runs fine as long as I don't try and multitask. I can also run Starcraft 2 despite being below the minimum system requirements.
September 12, 2010
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