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|The subject of this article was removed from World of Warcraft in patch 5.4.0.
Blizzard Repair was a standalone utility that could check files and replace corrupted files as well. Operating under the original filename "repair.exe" for Windows and "repair.app" for Mac OS X, it was found in the main World of Warcraft game directory of the hard drive. With the introduction of the Battle.net Desktop app, it was integrated into the app with the standalone version being deprecated.
Although this application is deprecated, the file is still accessible for download from the Wayback Machine with the link below. The repair utility will not work with World of Warcraft patch 5.4.0 and further since the introduction of the desktop app.
- Patch 5.4.0 (2013-09-10): Integrated with the Battle.net desktop app. Redesigned.
- Patch 4.0.1 (2010-10-12): A new "repair.app" is now available for Mac OS X users. Like the Windows application, the utility can be found in the main World of Warcraft game directory on your hard drive (typically found at /Applications/World of Warcraft)
- Patch 1.8.0 (2005-10-10): The repair utility (repair.exe) can now be found in the main World of Warcraft game directory on your hard drive.