When Battle.net launches the next time, it will notice that the folder is missing and automatically download a fresh copy for replacement. Close all Battle.net processes (Agent, Blizzard, and game processes) via Task Manager. Go to to the following folder: C:\ProgramData\ Now find and delete the Battle.net folder.

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Check the Realm Status page to see if your realm is up.; Reset your user interface to make sure your files and addons are not corrupted. Check your in-game network optimization settings: Go to the in-game Network menu (ESC > System > Network).; Check the Optimize Network for Speed option if you're using a high-speed internet connection.; Uncheck the Optimize Network for Speed option if you're

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