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Wow patch stuck on updating setup files

With the release of Windows 10, some World of Warcraft players are complaining that they can’t start World of Warcraft on Windows 10.

In this case, the gang of four all have names starting with KB, for Knowledge Base, and are KB2515325, KB2522422, KB2492386, and KB982018.

Digging a little further by opening Windows Update from the Control Panel, we saw these four stuck updates total 9.4MB and were waiting to be installed.

Help please whenever i try to download Wo W, all I get is a world of warcraft set up window saying "checking for updates" and nothing else happens :( I also tried installing it through the disks, but after it installed, the launcher wouldn't load, any help would be much appreciated : DInside the folder there are 6 text files all saying the same thing...2013/02/04 .421 - Blizzard Setup v1040 at 'C:\Users\user\Downloads\World-of-Warcraft-Setup-en GB (3).exe' for wow_engb en GB reporting for duty! 2013/02/04 .421 - Bootstrapper Stage: CHECK_PERMISSIONS2013/02/04 .421 - Fix permissions is not set.

Continuing.2013/02/04 .421 - Bootstrapper Stage: CHECK_RUNNING_INSTANCE2013/02/04 .430 - Bootstrapper Stage: CHECK_ELEVATION2013/02/04 .430 - We don't need to elevate.

However, there is a solution that might help you go back to your favorite game.

This is a strange and frustrating problem, and it’s caused by your Windows Live account, so in order to fix this, you need to login to your computer using your local account.

If you have any other Windows 10-related issues you can check for the solution in our Windows 10 Fix section.