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10/10/2012 12:52 PMPosted by BluspacecowIf you're getting a message about an file in the Updates folder being corrupt try deleting the Updates folder from your wow folder.
10/10/2012 05:43 PMPosted by NnamdiSo I encountered this problem as well and I was able to correct it without much work. I went to where my world of warcraft files were stored on my computer which is the same directory the error was coming from. So I opened the world of warcraft folder and removed the updates folder from this directory. Just to be safe I copied it to my desktop. I then restarted the launcher and the game took a second to recalibrate and then began installing the patch normally. Anyways hope this helps
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