Error WOW51900319 occurs in World of Warcraft when connecting to a server or during direct gameplay. The error message contains the following information:
You have been disconnected from the server
Error code: WOW51900319
Very common among players WoW error, however, it is easily solved with a few simple methods. And today we will tell you about these methods!
Decision errors WOW51900319 in WoW
Solution #1 Checking the status of servers
In fact, as a rule, error WOW51900319 occurs not the fault of the player (or his computer), but due to problems that arose on the side of Blizzard themselves. Check the developer company's posts on Twitter to see if the WoW servers are working properly or not. Of course, if Twitter says that the game servers are, for example, under maintenance, then you have no choice but to wait.
Solution #2 Reset interface settings
Apparently, error WOW51900319 can occur due to WoW interface settings. In this case, it is enough to perform the reset procedure for this very interface, and the trick is done. To reset the WoW interface, you need to do the following:
- open the World of Warcraft root folder;
- then go to the folder of the required version of the game, i.e. "_retail_", "_classic_era_", or "_classic_";
- name the "Cache", "Interface" and "WTF" folders "Cache.old", "Interface.old" and "WTF.old";
- Run WoW and check for the error.
Solution #3 Restarting the router
In some cases, error WOW51900319 occurs as a result of incorrect operation of the player's router. You need to turn off the device, wait a few minutes (not seconds!) and start it again. You will immediately notice the difference if the problem was really the router.
Solution #4 Update IP and DNS
Error WOW51900319 can appear in WoW due to a conflict between the game and network connection IP and DNS settings. This conflict is fairly easy to resolve by running special commands on your computer to reset IP and DNS settings. To use these commands, you need to do the following:
- press WIN + R on your keyboard to bring up the “Run” window;
- write the value "CMD" and press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER;
- run the following series of commands one by one:
- ipconfig /release;
- ipconfig /renew;
- ipconfig /flushdns;
- open WoW and check for the error.
If the above solutions do not work, we recommend that you try a few additional methods:
- install the latest graphics drivers and all pending updates for Windows;
- completely (!) reset the Wi-Fi router settings;
- close all unnecessary programs running in the background;
- disable your antivirus and anti-malware programs.
Hopefully you've managed to get rid of the WOW51900319 error and log into World of Warcraft.