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How do you reset the password for PC game World of Warcraft?

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2009-11-11 19:36:45
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If you mean your account password, go to Blizzard's website, go into account management and select Change your password. The account management page can also be accessed by first opening the game and on the title scree where it asks you to log in go to the bottom left hand corner and click "Account Management"

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