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I'd recommend following the support site. Server side errors very rarely cause client crashing, but it's possible the abrupt disconnection corrupted an addon file? Just guessing, but give this page a shot: https://us.battle.net/support/en/article/lockups-and-general-crash-errors-21020
If you need further assistance (because I'm not the best person in the ways of tech support any longer) be sure to open a ticket on that same support site.
Edited by Bashiok on 1/9/2013 5:03 PM PST
I think it was my fault. I was fishing on KT and I had three quests for the Anglers but I needed four for Exalted. I bought the double rep upgrade from Nagle handed in two quests and hit exalted. When I handed in the third quest it appeared to work but then all the NPCs disappeared. Shortly after everyone started complaining in General about everything being broken, then we all got the boot.
(I'm sure it wasn't really my fault, it was funny that I was thinking how I was going to break the game handing in that quest when I did. Well, it was funny in my little Panda brain.)
I was having logout and intermittent crashes. The first thing I do when I have issues is delete the blizzard ui folders in the addon section. I think there is a bug in the patcher because 90% of the logout crashing stops until the next patch (any characters I havent logged into since the last patch crash once after deleting) but the thing that fixed all of my crashing was switching from DirectX11 to DirectX9. DirectX11 causes problems across the board not just WoW so defintitely cheeck on that. It also increased my framrate near double in trouble areas like Dalaran.
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