Error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle

error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle

ERROR #132 (0x85100084) Fatal exception! Program: D:\world катаклизм\4.3\Wow.exe ProcessID: 3660. Exception: 0xC0000005 (ACCESS_VIOLATION) at 001B:77D5224D. If you see ERROR #132 (0x85100084) Fatal exception in World of Warcraft (also called WOW) in your computer, and your game crashes with this. I have downloaded 3 different versions of TBC client and all 3 after launching crash and give me the Error #132 fatal exception. error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle

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FIX Error #132 in World of Warcraft

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Error 132 may have several different causes. Follow the steps below to resolve this issue.

1. Our games require an up-to-date operating system in order to run properly. Run Windows Update to be sure you're using the most recent version.

2. Reset your User Interface to ensure that your User Interface files are not corrupted.

- Out-of-date addons can break the WoW user interface (UI), resulting in display issues and other errors. To resolve such addon-related issues with your UI, the best solution is to fully reset your UI to default settings and test before reinstalling any addons. If you have any addon managers, temporarily disable or uninstall the software to successfully reset your user interface.

Note: If you are experiencing issues with your chat, enter the command /resetchat. This will reset your chat boxes to their default conditions and should resolve most chat issues.

- Windows XP
Completely exit the game.
Right-click the icon you use to launch the game.
Click Properties.
Click Find Target or Find Location (you may see one or the other depending on the specific settings of your computer) to open the World of Warcraft folder.
Rename the Cache, Interface and WTF folders to CacheOld, InterfaceOld and WTFOld.
Relaunch the game so the changes can take effect.

-Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
Completely exit the game.
Right-click the icon you use to launch the game.
Click Open file location to open the World of Warcraft folder.
Rename the Cache, Interface and WTF folders to CacheOld, InterfaceOld and WTFOld.
Relaunch so the changes can take effect.

-Mac
Completely exit the game.
Open Finder, located on the Dock.
Click Applications.
Select World of Warcraft.
Rename the Cache, Interface and WTF folders to CacheOld, InterfaceOld and WTFOld.
Relaunch so the changes can take effect.

3. The game requires up-to-date drivers to run smoothly. Update your drivers regularly.

If this problem not only with wow here info will be usefull for you.

links and info:
was taken from eu.battle.net and
http://www.error132.com/

[Solved] World of Warcraft Error 132 Fatal Exception

If you see ERROR #132 (0x85100084) Fatal exception in World of Warcraft (also called WOW) in your computer, and your game crashes with this popup error message. Don’t panic!

Why does the error #132 occur to my game? The error code 132 is related to the add-on issues or the driver incompatibility in your computer. Sometimes it’s hard to identify the exact cause.

But the good news is, you can fix the error 132 easily, and many people have resolved the problem with the solutions below.

How to fix World of Warcraft error 132

  1. Install the latest patch
  2. Update video card driver
  3. Run repair tool to fix the issue
  4. Disable DVR app in Xbox
  5. Run System File Scan
  6. Perform Disk Defragment
  7. Reset user interface
  8. Check for malware and virus

Note: the screenshots below come from Windows 10, and the fixes also work on Windows 8 and Windows 7.

Fix 1: Install the latest patch

Since many technical problems can be resolved by restarting, it never hurts to restart your computer and your game. Often this will be enough to fix the error.

Game developers always keep releasing patches to improve their games and fix any issues, so you should check for updates of your game in Steam or from the official website. Then install the latest patch to keep it up to date. This can fix some issues like the 132 error in World of Warcraft.

Fix 2: Update video card driver

A missing or outdated video card driver can cause the error 132 in WOW, so you should update your graphics card driver to fix your problem.

You can manually download the driver from the manufacturer’s website, and install it in your computer to update the graphics card driver. If you don’t have time, patience or computer skills to update your drivers manually, you can, instead, do it automatically withDriver Easy.

Driver Easy will automatically recognize your system and find the correct drivers for it. You don’t need to know exactly what system your computer is running, you don’t need to risk downloading and installing the wrong driver, and you don’t need to worry about making a mistake when installing.

You can update your drivers automatically with either the FREE or the Pro version of Driver Easy. But with the Pro version it takes just 2 clicks (and you get full support and a 30-day money back guarantee):

  1. Download and install Driver Easy.
  2. Run Driver Easy and click the Scan Now button. Driver Easy will then scan your computer and detect any problem drivers.
  3. Click the Update button next to the  flagged video card to automatically download the correct version of their driver (you can do this with the FREE version). Then install it in your computer.

    Or click Update All to automatically download and install the correct version of all the drivers that are missing or out of date on your system (this requires thePro version– you’ll be prompted to upgrade when you click Update All).
  4. Restart your computer and open your game.

This should fix your problem. If the error still occurs to your game, don’t worry. You have other solutions to try.

Fix 3: Run repair tool to fix the issue

The repair tool in the Battle.net application can help fix the corrupted or damaged files in your game, so you can try fixing the popup error 132 via the tool.

To do so:

  1. Launch the Blizzard Battle.net desktop application on  your computer.
  2. Click the icon of World of Warcraft from the game list on the left.
  3. Click the Options button and select Scan and Repair.
  4. Click Begin Scan, and follow the on-screen instructions to finish. It may take a while.

After repair, restart your game and see if it works properly.

Fix 4: Disable DVR app in Xbox

Many people reported that the game crashed with error code 132 after Windows 10 update. It’s likely to be caused by the Game DVR enabled in your computer. So you should disable Game DVR in Xbox to fix it.

Here’s what you need to do:

If you’re using Windows 10 Build 14393 and earlier: 

  1. Search Xbox from the search box on your desktop, and open it.
  2. You’ll need to log into your Microsoft account if it’s the first time you open it.
  3. Click the Gear button on the left to open Settings.
  4. Click the Game DVR tab, and turn it off.
  5. Restart your computer and open World of Warcraft to see if the error has been removed.

If you’re using Window 10 later than Build 14393: 

  1. On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and X at the same time, and click Settings.
  2. Click the Gaming section.
  3. Click Game DVR on the left, and make sure to turn off Record in the background while I’m playing a game.
  4. Restart your computer and launch World of Warcraft and see if it works.

Fix 5: Run System File Scan

The System File Checker (SFC) is a Windows tool that scans for corrupted system files and repairs them. Here’s how to use it.

  1. Type cmd in the taskbar search box. Right-click Command Prompt (or cmd if you’re using Windows 7) to select Run as administrator, and then click Yes to confirm.
  2. Once you see the command prompt, type sfc /scannow and press Enter.
  3. Windows will now verify the system files, and automatically fix any issues.
  4. Once verification is complete, exit the Command Prompt and try to launch the the game that was giving you the error.

If the error still persists, don’t worry. There are more solutions.

Fix 6: Perform Disk Defragment

Disk Defragment helps re-arrange the fragmentation and keeps the system files at great performance. So you can try this method to fix the World of Warcraft error 132.

Before starting, you should close all the background applications.

  1. Open This PC, and right click on the hard disk that you want to scan, and select Properties.
  2. Click the Tools tab, and click Optimize (or Defragment now in Windows 7).
  3. In the popup pane, select the drive that you want to defrag, and click Optimize (or Defragment disk in Windows 7).
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions to finish.

Open World of Warcraft again and see if the error has been fixed.

Fix 7: Reset user interface

This is a solution introduced by Blizzard. You can try resetting your user interface to default settings and fix the graphics display issues, such as the error 132. Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Ensure to completely exit and close the game.
  2. Uninstall add-on managers first.
  3. Open Blizzard Battle.net application in your computer. Then click the game icon of World of Warcraft.

  4. Click the Options button, and select Show in Explorer. This will open a folder in File Explorer where all the games of Battle.net are installed.
  5. Click to open World of Warcraft folder.
  6. Find Cache, Interface, and WTF folders. Then right click the three folders one by one, and click Rename and rename them to CacheOld, InterfaceOld, and WTFOld respectively.
  7. Open World of Warcraft and the game will rebuild these folders.

Try playing the game and see if it works.

Fix 8: Check for malware and virus

If your computer is affected by malware or virus, you’re likely to run into the error 132 when playing WOW, or the malware can fake the error message. So you should run a full and complete scan for your system.

So run a virus scan across your entire Windows system. Yes, it will take some time to complete, but it’s worth it. Unfortunately, Windows Defender may not detect it, so it’s worth trying another antivirus application such as Avira and Panda.

If any malware has been detected, follow the instructions provided by the antivirus program to fix it.

Then restart your computer and try to launch your program again to see if it works.

So that’s it. Hope this post comes in handy and helps resolve the error 132 in World of Warcraft. If you have any questions, feel free to add a comment and we’ll see what more we can do.

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Post by Celina
I have been playing WoW for about a year without any major problems and
now, when my main has finally hit 70, the game keeps shutting down on me
with error #132 *sob*

After reading your post, and noting that you have bought new RAM and
reformatted your HDD and re-installed Windows/WoW, updated drivers and reset
the bios, the only things that come to mind are your Video card and heat
issues. There is also a small chance that the audio card/drivers are at
fault, but I'd be looking at the others first.

First off... 1) check the blue post at
http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html?topicId=105812262&sid=1 and
give that a try. I know you re-installed WoW, but people were saying that it
solved the problem even *after* they had re-installed. Don't hold your
breath on this one, there seems to be 2 seperate issues with the 132 error,
and the blue post will only fix one of them.

2) Note if your computer is an a position where it doesn't get a lot of
ventilation, or is in a room 'hot-spot'. If so, try changing it's position.
Check that all fans are operating properly. If the room is warm, set up a
portable fan to move air past it.

3) If you know what you are doing, take the side of the case off and
carefully remove any dust from inside the computer. An air duster would be
ideal, don't go waving a brush or duster inside your computer, static is
bad, ok? :)

4) If you really know what you are doing, carefully remove your video card
and check for dust in the AGP/PCIe slot. Re-insert the card and make sure it
is properly seated.

4.5) If you have a Sound Card (most computers have on-board sound these
days), do a #4 on it :)

5) If you are even more confident that you know what you are doing, unseat
the fan from the CPU and check that the heat transfer compound hasn't
hardened (or gone all runny). In any case clean it all off the mating
surfaces and re-apply new compound.

6) Last suggestion, and the one that fixed the 132 error for me. Buy a new
video card. Make sure it's better than your last one so that if it *doesn't*
fix your problem, then at least you have a better video card :)

Good luck!

--
Doc
'Virtus et armis!'

70 Hunter - Aman'Thul
61 Warlock - Skywall
61 Rogue - Skywall
61 Warrior - Llane

Addon (WoW, Lua) causing critical error

The addon I'm making searchs for certain words within chats and then sends them to a specified chatframe it works but randomly it causes an error and crashes the game

This application has encountered a critical error: ERROR #132 (0x85100084) Fatal Exception Program: C:\WoW\Wow.exe Exception: 0xC0000005 (ACCESS_VIOLATION) at 0023:00416DB0 The instruction at "0x00416DB0" referenced memory at "0x1F97FFFE". The memory could not be "read".


I opened cheatengine to browse the region after it crashed to see what was there

1F97FFFE: http://i.imgur.com/D7XKi2D.jpg 00416DB0: http://i.imgur.com/duTM315.jpg

and the addon code:

--Event CHAT_MSG_CHANNEL if event == "CHAT_MSG_CHANNEL" then if TriggerEnabled then local arg1 = string.lower(arg1) local found, dump = false, false for k,v in pairs(lsus.Triggers) do if not found then for k,v in pairs(lsus.NegTriggers) do if (string.find(arg1, v)) then dump = true end end if (string.find(arg1, v)) and not dump then local output = " [\124Hplayer:" .. arg2 .. ":1:WHISPER\124h" .. arg2 .. "\124h\124r]: " .. arg1:gsub(v, "\124c0000FF00\124h" .. string.upper(v) .. "\124h\124r") print(output, 0.41, 0.80, 0.94) found = true end end end end end --print function function print(msg, r, g, b) if not r then ChatFrame1:AddMessage(msg) else ChatFrame1:AddMessage(msg, r, g, b) end end

can anyone help me with why this is crashing the game?

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Post by Celina
I have been playing WoW for about a year without any major problems and
now, when my main has finally hit 70, the game keeps shutting down on me
with error #132 *sob*

After reading your post, and noting that you have bought new RAM and
reformatted your HDD and re-installed Windows/WoW, updated drivers and reset
the bios, the only things that come to mind are your Video card and heat
issues. There is also a small chance that the audio card/drivers are at
fault, but I'd be looking at the others first.

First off. 1) check the blue post at
http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html?topicId=105812262&sid=1 and
give that a try. I know you re-installed WoW, but people were saying that it
solved the problem even *after* they had re-installed. Don't hold your
breath on this one, there seems to be 2 seperate issues with the 132 error,
and the blue post will only fix one of them.

2) Note if your sopcast sp-sc-auth syntax error is an a position where it doesn't get a lot of
ventilation, or is in a room 'hot-spot'. If so, try changing it's position.
Check that all fans are operating properly. If the room is warm, set up a
portable fan to move air past it.

3) If you know what you are doing, take the side of the case off and
carefully remove any dust from inside the computer. An air duster would be
ideal, don't go waving a brush or duster inside your computer, static is
bad, ok? :)

4) If you really know what you are doing, carefully remove your video card
and check for dust in the AGP/PCIe slot. Re-insert the card and make sure it
is properly seated.

4.5) If you have a Sound Card (most computers have on-board sound these
days), do a #4 on it :)

5) If you are even more confident that you know what you are doing, unseat
the fan from the CPU and check that the heat transfer compound hasn't
hardened (or gone all runny). In any case clean it all off the mating
surfaces and re-apply new compound.

6) Last suggestion, and the one that fixed the 132 error for me. Buy a new
video card. Make sure it's better than your last one so that if it *doesn't*
fix your problem, then at least you have a better video card :)

Good luck!

--
Doc
'Virtus et armis!'

70 Hunter - Aman'Thul
61 Warlock - Skywall
61 Rogue - Skywall
61 Warrior - Llane

[Solved] World of Warcraft Error 132 Fatal Exception

If you see ERROR #132 (0x85100084) Fatal exception in World of Warcraft (also called WOW) in your computer, and your game crashes nv error corrections this popup error message. Don’t panic!

Why does the error #132 occur to my game? The error code 132 is related to the add-on issues or the driver incompatibility in your computer. Sometimes it’s hard to identify the exact cause.

But the good news is, you can fix the error 132 easily, and many people have resolved the problem with the solutions below.

How to fix World of Warcraft error 132

  1. Install the latest patch
  2. Update video card driver
  3. Run repair tool to fix the issue
  4. Disable DVR app in Xbox
  5. Run System File Scan
  6. Perform Disk Defragment
  7. Reset user interface
  8. Check for malware and virus

Note: the screenshots below come from Windows 10, and the fixes also work on Windows 8 and Windows 7.

Fix 1: Install the latest patch

Since many technical problems can be resolved by restarting, it never hurts to restart your computer and your game. Often this will be enough to fix the error.

Game developers always keep releasing patches to improve their games and fix any issues, so you should check for updates of your game in Steam or from the official website. Then install the latest patch to keep it up to date. This can fix some issues like the 132 error in World of Warcraft.

Fix 2: Update video card driver

A missing or outdated video card driver can cause the error 132 in WOW, so you should update your graphics card driver to fix your problem.

You can manually download the driver from the manufacturer’s website, and install it in your computer error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle update the graphics card driver. If you don’t have time, patience or computer skills to update your drivers manually, you can, instead, do it automatically withDriver Easy.

Driver Easy will automatically recognize your system and find the correct drivers for it, error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle. You don’t need to know exactly what system your computer is running, you don’t need to risk downloading and installing the wrong driver, and you don’t need to worry about making a mistake when installing.

You can update your error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle automatically with either the FREE or the Pro version of Driver Easy. But with the Pro version it takes just 2 clicks (and you get full support and a 30-day money back guarantee):

  1. Download and install Driver Easy.
  2. Run Driver Easy and click the Scan Now button, error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle. Driver Easy will then scan your computer and detect any problem drivers.
  3. Click the Update button next to the  flagged video card to automatically download the correct version of their driver (you can do this with the FREE version). Then install it in your computer.

    Or click Update All to automatically download and install the correct version of all the drivers that are missing or out of date on your system (this requires thePro version– you’ll be prompted to upgrade when you click Update All).
  4. Restart your computer and open your game.

This should fix your problem. If the error still occurs to your game, don’t worry. You have other solutions to try.

Fix 3: Run repair tool to fix the issue

The repair tool in the Battle.net application can help fix the corrupted or damaged files in your game, so you can try fixing the popup error 132 via the tool.

To do so:

  1. Launch the Blizzard Battle.net desktop application on  your computer.
  2. Click the icon of World of Warcraft from the game list on the left.
  3. Click the Options button and select Scan and Repair.
  4. Click Begin Scan, and follow the on-screen instructions to finish. It may take a while.

After repair, restart your game and see if it works properly.

Fix 4: Disable DVR app in Xbox

Many people reported that the game crashed with error code 132 after Windows 10 update, error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle. It’s likely to be caused by the Game DVR enabled in your computer. So you should disable Game DVR in Xbox to fix it.

Here’s what you need to do:

If you’re using Windows 10 Build 14393 and earlier: 

  1. Search Xbox from the search box on your desktop, and open it.
  2. You’ll need to log into your Microsoft account if it’s the first time you error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle it.
  3. Click the Gear button on the left to open Settings.
  4. Click the Game DVR tab, and turn it off.
  5. Restart your computer and open World of Warcraft to see if the error has been removed.

If you’re using Window 10 later link error lnk2001 unresolved external symbol _maincrtstartup Build 14393: 

  1. On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and X at the same time, and click Settings.
  2. Click the Gaming section.
  3. Click Game DVR on the left, and make sure to turn off Record in the background while I’m playing a game.
  4. Restart your computer and launch World of Warcraft and see if it works.

Fix 5: Run System File Scan

The System File Checker (SFC) is a Windows tool that scans for corrupted system files and repairs them. Here’s how to use it.

  1. Type cmd error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle the taskbar search box, error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle. Right-click Command Prompt (or cmd if you’re using Windows 7) to select Run as administrator, and then click Yes to confirm.
  2. Once you see the command prompt, type sfc /scannow and press Enter.
  3. Windows will now verify the system files, and automatically fix any issues.
  4. Once verification is complete, exit the Command Prompt and try to launch the the game that was giving you the error.

If the error still persists, don’t worry. There are more solutions.

Fix 6: Perform Disk Defragment

Disk Defragment helps re-arrange the fragmentation and keeps the system files at great performance. So you can try this method to fix the World of Warcraft error 132.

Before starting, you should close all the background applications.

  1. Open This PC, and right click on the hard disk that you want to scan, and select Properties.
  2. Click the Tools tab, and click Optimize (or Defragment now in Windows 7).
  3. In the popup pane, select the drive that you want to defrag, and click Optimize (or Defragment disk in Windows 7).
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions to finish.

Open World of Warcraft again and see if the error has been fixed.

Fix 7: Reset user interface

This is a solution introduced by Blizzard. You can try resetting your user interface to default settings and fix the graphics display issues, such as the error 132. Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Ensure to completely exit and close the game.
  2. Uninstall add-on managers first.
  3. Open Blizzard Battle.net application in your computer. Then click the game icon of World of Warcraft.

  4. Click the Options button, and select Show in Explorer. This will open a folder in File Explorer where all the games of Battle.net are installed.
  5. Click to open World of Warcraft folder.
  6. Find Cache, Interface, and WTF folders. Then right click the three folders one by one, and click Rename and rename them to CacheOld, InterfaceOld, and WTFOld respectively.
  7. Open World of Warcraft and the game will rebuild these folders.

Try playing the game and see if it works.

Fix 8: Check for malware and virus

If your computer is affected by malware or virus, you’re likely to run into the error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle 132 when playing WOW, or the malware can fake the error message. So you should run a full and complete scan for your system.

So run a virus scan across your entire Windows system. Yes, it will take some time to complete, but it’s worth it, error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle. Unfortunately, Windows Defender may not detect it, so it’s worth trying another antivirus application such as Avira and Panda.

If any malware has been detected, follow the instructions provided by the antivirus program to fix it.

Then restart your computer and try to launch your program again to see if it works.

So that’s it. Hope this post comes in handy and helps resolve the error 132 in World of Warcraft. If you have any questions, feel free to add a comment and we’ll see what more we can do.

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22 people found this helpful

Addon (WoW, Lua) causing critical error

The addon I'm making searchs for certain words within chats and then sends them to a specified chatframe it works but randomly it causes an error and crashes the game

This application has encountered a critical error: ERROR #132 (0x85100084) Fatal Exception Program: C:\WoW\Wow.exe Exception: 0xC0000005 (ACCESS_VIOLATION) at 0023:00416DB0 The instruction at "0x00416DB0" referenced memory at "0x1F97FFFE". The memory could not be "read".


I opened cheatengine to browse the region after it crashed to see what was there

1F97FFFE: http://i.imgur.com/D7XKi2D.jpg 00416DB0: http://i.imgur.com/duTM315.jpg

and the addon code:

--Event CHAT_MSG_CHANNEL if event == "CHAT_MSG_CHANNEL" then if TriggerEnabled then killing floor critical error local arg1 = string.lower(arg1) local found, dump = false, false for k,v in pairs(lsus.Triggers) do if not found then for k,v in pairs(lsus.NegTriggers) do if (string.find(arg1, v)) then dump = true end end if (string.find(arg1, v)) and not dump then local output = " [\124Hplayer:" . arg2 . ":1:WHISPER\124h" . arg2 . "\124h\124r]: " . arg1:gsub(v, "\124c0000FF00\124h" . string.upper(v) . "\124h\124r") print(output, 0.41, 0.80, 0.94) found = true end end end end end --print function function print(msg, r, error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle, g, b) if not r then ChatFrame1:AddMessage(msg) else ChatFrame1:AddMessage(msg, r, g, b) end end

can anyone help me with why this is crashing the game?

Error 132 may have several different causes. Follow the steps below to resolve this issue.

1. Our games require an up-to-date operating system in order to run properly. Run Windows Update to be sure you're using the most recent version.

2. Reset your User Interface to ensure that your User Interface files are not corrupted.

- Out-of-date addons can break the WoW user interface (UI), resulting in display issues and other errors. To resolve such addon-related issues with your UI, the best solution is to fully reset your UI to default settings and test before reinstalling any addons. If you have any addon managers, temporarily disable or uninstall the software to successfully reset your user interface.

Note: If you are experiencing issues with your chat, enter the command /resetchat. This will counter terrorist win mp3 your chat boxes to their default conditions and should resolve most chat issues.

- Windows XP
Completely exit the game.
Right-click the icon you use to launch the game.
Click Properties.
Click Find Target or Find Location (you may see one or the other depending on the specific settings of your computer) to open the World of Warcraft folder.
Rename the Cache, Interface and WTF folders to CacheOld, error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle, InterfaceOld and WTFOld.
Relaunch the game so the changes can take effect.

runtime error windows 7 explorer Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
Completely exit the game.
Right-click the icon you use to launch the game.
Click Open file location to open the World of Warcraft canon pixma mp150 error code e3 Rename the Cache, Interface and WTF folders to CacheOld, InterfaceOld and WTFOld.
Terrorist takedown 2 patch so the changes can take effect.

-Mac
Completely exit the game.
Open Finder, located on the Dock.
Click Applications.
Select Error #132 0x85100084 fatal exception wowcircle of Warcraft.
Rename the Cache, Interface and WTF folders to CacheOld, InterfaceOld and WTFOld.
Relaunch so the changes can take effect.

3. The game requires up-to-date drivers to run smoothly. Update your drivers regularly.

If this problem not only with wow here info will be usefull for you.

links and info:
was taken from eu.battle.net and
http://www.error132.com/

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