Launcher wont open

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When I try to open WoW the launcher icon shows up on the dock for about 2 seconds, closes, disappears, then opens up Blizzard Launcher that just bounces up and down for 5-10 seconds and closes?
Try rebuilding the Battle.net Tools folder and see if it helps.

Deleting the Battle.net
    1. Navigate to Macintosh HD/Users/Shared
    2. Delete the Battle.net folder
    3. Launch the World of Warcraft Launcher
Just wanted to stop in and say I was having this same issue and that worked, so thank you Machkhan. :)
I deleted the files before the response and can't get them back, I have it set to auto delete trash, but when I try to re-download it, the launcher continues to bounce up and down for a few seconds then closes, So it wont let me download it at all, is there a fix?
I wish I had the same luck. It did NOT work for me!!! I deleted the WTF folder and the Battle.net folder. Used the WoW launcher....it tries to load, takes me to a black screen and then BAM an Error Page. Its now been 24 hours....what now?
10/11/2012 07:48 AMPosted by Aaubree
I wish I had the same luck. It did NOT work for me!!! I deleted the WTF folder and the Battle.net folder. Used the WoW launcher....it tries to load, takes me to a black screen and then BAM an Error Page. Its now been 24 hours....what now?

Please create a new thread for your issue, as this isn't the same as what was originally posted. This will help make sure we cater solutions to your issue and not mix solutions.
10/11/2012 06:51 AMPosted by Ganoth
I deleted the files before the response and can't get them back, I have it set to auto delete trash, but when I try to re-download it, the launcher continues to bounce up and down for a few seconds then closes, So it wont let me download it at all, is there a fix?

Which files were deleted? Agent should automatically rebuild all the files and grab new copies of the files, unless your missing a file like the SetupOSX.mpq file.
All files were deleted to reinstall
Nvm I just restarted my computer and got rid of a security program that was blocking it from opening, btw thanks for the quick responses
I started with error #134 on my xp pc

I paniced and deleted the Battle.net folder then saw that was for mac's

deleted Battle.net folder and now I get "update video driver or install Direct 9.0c".

It happens off and on after a blizz update.
01/27/2013 09:32 PMPosted by Youwanago
I started with error #134 on my xp pc


This is the Mac Tech Support forums sorry. You need the other Tech Support forums
My wow opens but not with the launcher so i can't update my game

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