Tuesday, January 29, 2013

World Of Warcraft Error 114 Fix

I'm basically going to show you how to fix the "Battle.net Error #114" error. I have been researching for over  6 hours to find the solution and I have found the solution. I'm just going to note this may not work for some so good luck. This error is also common for Australian New Zealand ISP's (Internet Service Provider) and is a DNS issue. If this method does not work you might need to call your ISP. Note you need administrator privileges.

Instructions

1. First of all be sure to have the World of Warcraft download finished so you can play without lag!
2. Go to your World of Warcraft launcher then go to Options > Game Preferences. 

Copy these settings.
Note that you can have your Language settings to your language.

4. Now time to change your network settings on your World Of Warcraft Launcher.

Copy these settings.

5. You might need administrator privileges for this. Now go to your Windows bar and go to Control panel > Network and Internet > View network status and tasks > Change Adapter settings.
6. Now you right click what ever network you are using and click properties. Click "Internet Protocol TCP/IPv6" then properties and use these settings.

                                Note that those DNS servers are Google's servers if you don't really          
                                believe it look it up. Also remember to check Validate Settings upon exit.

7. Now click ok
8. Click "Internet Protocol TCP/IPv4" then properties and use these settings.
                                  Note that those DNS servers are Google's servers if you don't really          
                                  believe it look it up. Also remember to check Validate Settings upon exit.

9.Now time to get to the hard bit if you are new to the command line. First of all go to your Windows bar and search for "cmd" (Without the quotes) in the text field below "All Programs".
10.After that open cmd and type the following commands one by one. Once you have entered a command wait a couple of seconds till you can type again.
11. Type in "ipconfig /release" (without the quotes)
12. Type in "ipconfig /renew" (without the quotes)
13. Type in "ipconfig /flushdns" (without the quotes)
14. Now go to World of Warcraft and try it out, like I said if it doesn't work for you bad luck I guess.

Credits:
Richard Yates

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