World of Warcraft may seem like the most reliable MMORPG, but even it might throw an error every once in a while. While most of these pose little danger, some can be a bit of a puzzle to solve. We’ve been around long enough to know how to help you deal with issues like these when they arise. The World of Warcraft error BLZ51903006 has been described below.
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World of Warcraft: How to Fix Error BLZ51903006
This bug can affect both the original and the classic versions of World of Warcraft. Your end of the connection is having problems if you can see it. It shouldn’t take too long to find a solution, given there are just a few obvious possibilities.
Before doing anything else, it’s a good idea to log out of the Battle.net Launcher and reset your router. Instead of using the launcher, start the game directly from the.exe file in the game’s installation folder. This may reroute your connection significantly, which may fix the issue immediately.
Those who haven’t had any luck after clearing their Blizzard Cache have tried doing so. To get there, open Windows Explorer, click in the address bar (the area that displays your current folder path next to the search bar), and then, when prompted, type C:ProgramData. The Blizzard Cache file can be found in the Blizzard Entertainment subdirectory in ProgramData.
This approach works from any open folder, however there are additional routes to ProgramData. Change C to whatever letter designates your primary hard disk.
If it doesn’t work, head back into ProgramData and delete the Battle.net folder entirely. Despite how weird it may sound, that is acceptable. Battle.net Launcher’s data will be updated the next time you launch the program. Nothing you delete will be irretrievably lost. This should be considered a last resort, as the second solution should have worked.