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This application has encountered a critical error:
Not enough storage is available to process this command.
Program: F:\\World of Warcraft\\Wow.exe
Requested 4043084131 bytes of memory
What exactly does this mean? Am I using up too much system memory at once? I just started getting this error this morning. Theres plently of space on my internal and external drive, and I dont have much running at once. Anyone gotten this before?
"Not enough storage is available to process this command
Receiving the error message Not enough storage is available to process this command when launching the game may indicate that some game files have become corrupt.
With the game closed please navigate to your World of Warcraft directory (default is C:\\Program Files\\World of Warcraft\\) and delete or rename the Cache folder there. This folder holds temporary files that can be deleted safely. Once removed, new versions of this folder and the files contained in it will be created the next time the game is launched.
If the problem does persist, you may need to do the same for the WTF and Interface folders in your World of Warcraft directory.
Please ensure that the game is closed down before moving, renaming or deleting the above folders"
Hope this helps, If not go to the Technical Support Forums (Which is where I found the link to this information.)
Windows 7 Toshiba laptop & I've had this problem many times.
Tried everything suggested in all the forums - deleting Cache, WTF, Interface file directories, running the Repair utilities found under the Help menu - all with no success.
Only thing that seemed to work is reinstalling the Client - painful because it always took so long.
BUT then I discovered that if I "Run As Adminstrator" it works fine !
To do this right click on the .exe file & then in Properties click the Compatibility tab - check the Run As Administrator, and from here you can also set this for All Users.
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