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Warcraft III: TFT - B.Net Update Error


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When I install the latest Update for Warcraft III: TFT, and at the part where Warcraft Restarts to finish the Update, I get a WindowsXP Error Message saying that Warcraft III: TFT has to shutdown, and the Error Message gives me a choice to send an Error Repost or not, and even if I do send the Error Report, it does not fix the problem. Everytime I try to finish the Update, my computer always gives me that Error Message. How do I solve the issue?

Also.. I have 3 screenshots of the Error Message.. The Error Message that appears after I click on the "Restart" button after I finish the Patch, and a black screen appears, the following screenshot is here: http://img314.images...4/4577/16vc.png. If I click the "Click Here" blue text on the bottom area of the Error Message, a new window will appear with more info on the Error Message, the following screenshot is here: http://img314.images...4/2033/20ar.png. If I click the "Click Here" blue text on the bottom area of the Error Message, right above the other "Click Here" text on the very bottom of the Error Message, a new window will appear with specific details on the Error Message, the following screenshot is here: http://img130.images...0/7060/38ev.png.

I have tried so many options to fix the problem. I reformated my computer about 1-3 times and installed Warcraft III right away after reformating. I tried re-installing Warcraft III about 5-7 times. I did a Registry, Ad-Aware, Spyware, Virus, etc. scan. I updated my WindowsXP with all the Microsoft Windows Updates. I moved my maps out of the WarIII maps folder dureing patching for WarIII. I have Direct X 9.0 installed. I disabled my Firewall. I closed all programs and shredded everything in recycle bin before patching Warcraft III. I tried almost everything! I just do not know what to do!

I have my computer status listed below if you would like to see..

My Computer Status:

Operating System:
Windows XP (5.1.2600)

CPU Model:
[1x] AuthenticAMD Type 0 Family 6 Model 8 Stepping 1 Brand 0 1999 MHz

System Ram:
511 MB

Video Card:
[01] NVIDIA GeForce2 MX 100/200 (000010de:00000111)

Sound Card:
[01] Creative Sound Blaster PCI (es1371mp.sys)

Edited by Iron-Wolf, 26 November 2005 - 10:58 PM.

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Someone help me, please! (Dispite that this Post is bumping topics and this is Spam).

Edited by Iron-Wolf, 26 November 2005 - 10:41 PM.

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HELP! (DISPITE THAT THIS IS SPAM AND BUMPING POSTS)!!!! :tazz:

Edited by Iron-Wolf, 26 November 2005 - 10:59 PM.

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Hmm, did you repatch? When I repatched to watch old replays, I had to manually download it from blizzards website then install it there.

You might as well try that. You can also seek out Avohirs help, as I do not know his extent of knowledge in this department, but I know he plays warcraft 3.
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No.. I fixed the problem by replaceing my Video Card, Sound Card, Network Card, and Mother Board with more updated ones. :tazz:
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