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Im trying to watch a replay but wows.exe is missing.  At the very bottom it says WorldOfWarships but nothing happens when i open the replay file with it.   Thanks!

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That world of warships application at the bottom is the exe file.

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56 minutes ago, AJTP89 said:

That world of warships application at the bottom is the exe file.

Any reason it wont open then?

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Just now, majormojo said:

Any reason it wont open then?

Opening it should launch the game. Works for me.

When you want to open replay, make sure you have the game shut down as you need the same client. Double click on the replay. Since you haven't done this before, you will get the windows message asking how you want to open the file. Select the World of Warships application, and it should boot the game and run the replay. 

This should also launch the game without the gamecenter if you ever need to do that. As long as you're running the current update, this will always work if the WG client is giving you trouble.

Just make sure WOWS isn't already running when you try this.

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Is the replay from the current patch?

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7 minutes ago, BrushWolf said:

Is the replay from the current patch?

Yes

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2 hours ago, AJTP89 said:

Opening it should launch the game. Works for me.

When you want to open replay, make sure you have the game shut down as you need the same client. Double click on the replay. Since you haven't done this before, you will get the windows message asking how you want to open the file. Select the World of Warships application, and it should boot the game and run the replay. 

This should also launch the game without the gamecenter if you ever need to do that. As long as you're running the current update, this will always work if the WG client is giving you trouble.

Just make sure WOWS isn't already running when you try this.

I tried that but nothing boots up or anything.  Does absolutely nothing 

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32 minutes ago, BrushWolf said:

Is the replay from the current patch?

 

24 minutes ago, majormojo said:

Yes

I had to ask. I just tried one of mine and it worked fine. If you haven't run the repair function and see if that fixes it.

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2 hours ago, BrushWolf said:

 

I had to ask. I just tried one of mine and it worked fine. If you haven't run the repair function and see if that fixes it.

Might i ask how to run the repair?

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1 hour ago, majormojo said:

Might i ask how to run the repair?

WGC - World of Warships tab, game settings, check and repair.

Classic launcher - Settings, Check

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39 minutes ago, BrushWolf said:

WGC - World of Warships tab, game settings, check and repair.

Classic launcher - Settings, Check

Welp couldn't figure it out but i found that if i drag my replay flile to the desktop and then drag it to the WorldOfWarships it launches that way.  So itll have to work.  Thanks all for your help!

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