Warcraft stuck on updating setup files
If you are experiencing this problem, you should definitely look into whether or not you have the latest version of the application.If you are using an outdated version of Battle.net, simply update to the latest version and see if that fixes the problem for you.I cannot see any such folder in my installation folder. On the other hand I removed the 32 file from the task manager and nothing new changed when I retried to install. I get to 10% then the Failed to find files " error appears followed by client crash.Upon reloading the launcher the "unexpected error" occurs. connections to disable but otherwise I've followed all steps.Whenever I reach 10% on the installer, my desktop refreshes and the previously temp file shortcut to World of Warcraft Beta changes into a file along with my installer stopping. I disabled my firewall, deleted and redownloaded the beta client, restarted and tried again. There is nothing under the internet connections to disable.This is a new computer so there is tons of space and no antivirus at the moment.The desktop application is an extremely nifty little program for gamers – especially those who own and/or play Blizzard games – capable of both installing and patching Blizzard games.Installing a patching a Blizzard game through is much faster than any conventional methods, which is a pretty impressive and valuable feature.
In theory, uninstalling and then reinstalling it should get rid of this problem for you, so you should definitely go for it if you haven’t had any luck with any other solutions.The reboot is going to close, reset and then restart the Agent process, which might just get Agent downloading data and installing game files like it usually does again.Wireless internet connections are known to be pretty shaky, and an inconsistent internet connection can lead to Agent being unable to download data and/or install game files.According to a few posts on the official forums, it's not necessary to delete the entire folder, just the 'agent' folder inside the folder. I am however looking for an alternative solution as the above doesnt work for me.
Not sure if that's true - but if my installer crashes again (ugh, from 72% complete to restarting at 0, sadface) I will try it and post here to update. For example there is no old connections in my internet settings to even remove.helps organize all of your Blizzard games in one place, with you only having to log in once to access all of them.