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I need help, while I was downloading a new patch, I was informed that WoW was corrupted and that it needed to be repaired. After a quick repair, it said that I needed to uninstall and reinstall WoW. I went to uninstall WoW, only to get the message uninstall.xml cannot be read. I tried over and over again to fix this, I did the whole run, regedit, delete blizz files, and that did absolutly nothing. I checked the WoW forums and it seemed many people had this problem, but only a few were able to solve it. I really need help, I haven't been able to play for almost two weeks because of this. =(
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Personally, I've never had issues with having to 'officially' uninstall WoW. I simply delete the folder and then reinstall.
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#3
So, just delete the file and the shortcut, there is no need to uninstall?
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#4
Have you actually tried reinstalling yet? If you wanted to be safe, you could always just rename the current folder for now.
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I actually think I figured out a way to do it through deleting the Blizz entertainment file after doing run regedit. After, I found the program file and deleted it, so now WoW doesn't exist, I did this before reading your post, so if this doesn't work I'll try that.
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