Setting up World of Warcraft for the First Time

If you have no idea what World of Warcraft (WoW) is then this little bit of information may not make sense.

I recently was hog tied into submission by my cousin Patrick into playing this new (new?) video game. Oh, I have heard about this video game since it was first introduced in 1994, but never thought I would be interested, until now. WoW can be described in many ways. It all depends on the person how he/she wants to play. One way to describe WoW is as a book, and you, as the player, are a character. It is a Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) currently played by over 12 million people world wide. Players can choose to be of various races (Elf, Dwarf, Human, etc.), classes (Warrior, Priest, Druid, and more), and can choose to play against the environment (PvE), against each other (PvP), and roleplay where naming conventions and language restrictions are in place.


After installing the game successfully I received this error pictured below. I did as much digging in as possible to find why I was getting this error. With help from tech support. (BTW text tech support is awesome) and a few clicks I was in.


First step: search for XBOX. (press windows key and Q). Then, sign in or click enter XBOX (you will need a Microsoft account/email). You may already be signed in. This will take you to your XBOX dashboard.

Second step: click on the settings icon on the bottom left.


Third step: click on Game DVR and turn off the Record game clips and screenshots slide switch.


That is it. Let me know if you know another way to remedy error 132.

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