Next I open a find box - Ctrl key + F key. The big thing on the forum here is to pay attention to trending issues. They are still loaded into the game and could cause trouble. The first location is usually the error itself. But as soon as i exit the game completely and relogin i get the same issue. You look at the modules at the top.
Deselect installing Geforce Experience which is the default. But everytime i completely exit wow and try to login again i have to go thought the same cycle. Google is your friend big time. I would reinstall the Nvidia. The old DirectX 11 was labeled Legacy.
The standard DirectX 11 was optimized for multi-threading. Okay so i think that made it some what better, played off an on all day, but it still ended up crashing Going to try re-installing wow. And then to have some one explain how they determined that it was this was the driver that was out of date? Edit: The hang-ups are still occurring after a clean install of just the graphics drivers. Right off the top after the patch dropped it was Overlays. The important information there is this 7ff87da3f7be.
In addition to crashing on loading screens, the game seemed to reload in the middle of playing, causing it to lock up for several seconds at a time, seemingly at random. That will usually give you between 12 and 18 locations of that code in the errors wall of text. We often see overlays causing issues around here. The next issue was DirectX 11. Thank you sooo much Tratt, will take me some time to digest this, but this is great. . Edit 2: Crash occurred while loading.
About the only thing we were missing on patch day was the usual Antivirus hates the patch issues. Touch wood on that one. Okay this is pretty much exactly what i was looking for. I have done that and it works. Indicating it may be the issue. Error reports are detective work - oddly fun in their own way if you like those sorts of things.
Waiting to see if I crash during loading. Then you can look through and check the other locations see if you find any other clues in the stack traces - odd. I have turned them off one by one to see if i could find the one causing problems but it gave the same error. Triple buffering being one that seems to cause performance issues on some systems. I just wanted to highlight the above, as disabling addons does not remove them from the game. Turn off addons - login - logout - turn on addons - login.
Then you look for broken modules - long string of 0 zeros. I have reset the the interface, but the issue is when addons are first enabled. First uninstall Geforce Experience and Nvidia 3D Vision drivers. I highlight that - right click copy. Since the patch everytime i try to login i get disconnected on the loading screen with Error 132.
I have my addons up to date and have tried disabling one by one to maybe find the problem addon. . . . . .
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