WoW Error (#134 (0x85100086) Fatal Condition)

by Alahain | 28/11/2008 22:09:51


Hey, I gets the error #134 all the time... i've tried to repair wow for about 10 times, but it doesn't helps, does any1 have a solution how to fix this? thanks in advance!:

This application has encountered a critical error:

ERROR #134 (0x85100086) Fatal Condition
Program: E:\Spel\World of Warcraft\WoW.exe

Failed to read file creature\hippogryphmount\hippogryphmount.m2.

Debug Details:

[2] err=0 text=SFileReadFile - creature\hippogryphmount\hippogryphmount.m2 - Data\common.MPQ
[1] err=0 text=ReadSectors/DecompressData failed
[0] err=0 text=ReadSectors/DecompressData failed

It's different file all the time.. not only the hippogryphmount :P

[ Post edited by Alahain ]

by Naelend | 01/12/2008 16:11:14


Hello Alahain,

If the repair has been unsuccessful then try the following:

1. Make sure any Internet Security Programs have been setup correctly, to avoid it interfering with World of Warcraft.
2. Run a Scandisk and Defrag the Hard Disk -
3. Check that you have the latest chipset drivers installed for your Motherboard

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by Naelend | 03/12/2008 19:25:55


Ok let's try repatching the game.

1. Close down World of Warcraft
2. Open the Data folder
3. Delete the file called Patch.mpq
4. Run the repair
5. Login to the game to start patching back to 3.0.3

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Technical Support

by Naelend | 16/12/2008 16:43:40



Well if running repair or repatching the issue briefly then it indicates that something keeps corrupting your files, doesn't seem to be same files.

I would suggest the following:

1. Uninstall World of Warcraft completely

2. Run a Scan Disk / Defrag your Hard Disk -

3. Install the latest updates for your Motherboard, Graphics Card, Network Card and Soundcard

4. Uninstall any programs doing scans on your computer, such as Anti-Virus and spyware scanners. This would just be temporary to see what might be causes this issues

5. Install World of Warcraft again

Another thing to check would be your RAM, misconfigured or damaged RAM could cause this as well.

You can use a program called Prime 95 to check for errors on the RAM which can be downloaded here:

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