Diablo 3 is a nightmare!
I installed it on my computer and launch night the game was ****ed, didn't get in at all, day after I played a little while before I got errors and got thrown out.
But that is nothing...I'm OK with that. The biggest problme is that I can't even install the ****ing game on my sons computer. I'm stuck on "Updating setup files" like I had with the beta.
What the ****!
And I can't ask in the ****ing forums because I need a ****ing character in order to do that.
And the support ticket is 3 days old and no reply...and I wont get any helt there either because their ****ing system refused to accept my submitted MSINFO32 and DXDIAG.
Anyone else had/have this issue or know of a solution or anything close to it?
Make sure the beta is uninstalled before installing Diablo 3. Try running the client downloader again. It will verify your download is complete. If not it will resume where it left off. If that does not work right click on the diablo installer exe and select run as administrator.
Finally if that doesn't work, this works for everyone I know:
NOTE: This Fix is experimental. Many are reporting success. Proceed with Fix #5 at your own risk,
“I followed all of the posted fixes and none of them were working for me. An user on the battle.net forums posted his version of the C:\ProgramData\Battle.Net folder and uploaded it. All you have to do is replace his version with your old version, and hopefully everything should work (as it did for me).” -SCH from comments http://www.gamefront.com/files/21699....net+Files.zip Fix #5 Additional Notes: If you get a decryption error it means you probably didn’t finish the download. Check the folder you downloaded your files into for any that say .PART as the presence of a .PART file means you haven’t finished downloading. decryption error might also indicate a corrupt download. Run the downloader in the same directly you chose originally and it should fix the files automatically and/or finish downloading.
I've downloaded and placed the folder. Deleted all the old crap and so I will try to download the whole thing again with their newest client file. I'll return with an update if it works or not, should anyone else have the same problem.
simpler solution - find the battle.net folder either the application data folder in XP or under /programs (i think) in 7 and change the name of the "Agent" folder to something else and start the installer again... tada...