Wow Repair.exe 3.3.5
Blizzard Repair (the actual application may be called "World of Warcraft Repair" on a Mac or "Repair.exe" on Windows) is an utility that can check files and replace corrupted files as well. Operating under the name 'repair.exe', it resides in the main World of Warcraft game directory of the hard drive.
wow repair.exe 3.3.5
I have the new macbook pro with M1 chip, I tried your software to runwindows game.So I download world of warcraft wrath of the lich king 3.3.5 version onwarmane.com windows version. (it is not the retail version, but an older one)So I launch the game through your software and it works, but when I triedto log in on my account it instantly crashed.
I think we've misunderstood each other. I haven't had it working.I'm trying to connect to Project Ascension, which is a different private server from Warmane, but they're running a 3.3.5a client as well. Here's a link to their download page, which is really what I need to know if works by using CrossOver.
I think we've misunderstood each other. I haven't had it working.I'm trying to connect to Project Ascension, which is a differentprivate server from Warmane, but they're running a 3.3.5a client aswell. Here's a link to their download page, which is really what Ineed to know if works by using CrossOver.
EDIT: I just tried the vanilla 3.3.5a client on Warmane, same exact issue. This is not an ascension issue and is an issue with 3.3.5a client. Something with WoTLK does not like the way the GPU is handled for ARM M1 Macs when used in CrossOver. Weirdly though, playing in Parallels has damn near equal performance (FPS wise), but my game has horrible latency on Ascension, where as Warmane is fine. Really confused by a lot of this. 350c69d7ab