Few things are as frustrating as when a game is having issues. The odds are that a player's time is limited, and no one wants to spend that limited time troubleshooting error codes. Error codes like World of Warcraft's WOW51900319 are good because they give players a place to begin troubleshooting. Here's what the error code means and how to resolve it.
What is error WOW51900319 in WoW?
The WOW51900319 error occurs when the local game client loses its connection with the World of Warcraft servers. It is advised that players first check the official Blizzard Customer Service Twitter account to see if there are any known issues impacting servers. Otherwise, players can check their realm's status on World of Warcraft's site to see if it is an issue impacting select realms.
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If neither is experiencing an issue, it may be a problem with the players' local client. Close out of World of Warcraft and bring up the Battle.net launcher. Click the gear icon and then Scan and Repair. The measures thus far assume that a player's internet connection is working properly. If not, then power cycling their networking equipment (modem/router/gateway) may be in order. If this doesn't resolve the issue and there is no internet connectivity, you should contact your ISP for further troubleshooting.
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How to fix WOW51900319 error in World of Warcraft