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Old 03-22-2013, 10:22 AM   #1
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I'm trying to play wow on a private server. wowbeez. i followed instructions for the required very long download took overnight. and this morning i tried to play and i keep geeting a fatal error message 132

this application has encountered a critical error:
error 132 the instruction at 0x00B01B5B referenced memory at 0x00000038
the memory could not be read.
I started another download in case that was the problem but i don;t want to wait till it finishes tomorrow. and it would suck if the same issue occures. please help
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Private servers are against World of Warcraft End User License Agreement and thus are not supported here at TSF.

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