Remember to Delete Your WDB (Cache) Folder

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Re: Remember to Delete Your WDB (Cache) Folder

by Pottu » Fri Feb 26, 2016 5:26 pm

Are you jumping between PvE and PvP realms?

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Re: Remember to Delete Your WDB (Cache) Folder

by Punzi » Fri Feb 26, 2016 9:00 pm

Pottu wrote:Are you jumping between PvE and PvP realms?

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If you are asking me, no I am not. I had a level 1 on the pve realm which I deleted in case it was creating some kind of problem. I recently had to build a new computer, and a few days before I got on the new cpu, I tried playing on an old mac and on that the new stats were showing.
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Re: Remember to Delete Your WDB (Cache) Folder

by JCarrill0 » Thu Mar 10, 2016 5:06 pm

I have a question about the BAT file.

First, I am using win7x64 (on my crappy alienware laptop)
I like the way my game is installed. It does use the Virtual store for all my special data info.
Is there a way to have a bat file delete them in the Virtual store and still run the WoW for me?
(again I know I can just easily MOVE the entire WOW folder to Desktop &/or C:\Game\Nostalrius
or run in admin mode.)
The question is can a ".bat" file be written to do this without me having to move my actual folder/Run in admin mode.

PS - I do switch from PvE - PvP - PTR.

EDit:
I think I got one working:
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    @echo off
    rem checking if WoW is in the program files
    IF EXIST "C:\Program Files (x86)\World of Warcraft Classic" (
    GOTO :hell
    ) ELSE (
    GOTO :xkcd292
    )
    :hell
    GOTO :xkcd292
    :xkcd292
    rem deleting wdb folder inside the virtualstore directory - no half measures
    cd "C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\Blizzard\World of Warcraft Classic"
    rd /s /q WDB
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