Diablo updating setup files

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Running the installer, and while stuck in the "Updating files", kill in Task Manager.

Some report that it took few kills before it started to work, but as these issues with Mo P/D3 seem to be based on some black magic, nobody knows..

I'm trying this right now, when I kill Agent.exe, the bar moves about 1/4 of an inch.

When pops back up, the bar moves back 1/4 of an inch.

Please make sure you choose the correct region when starting the game as per this Error 0 - The service is undergoing maintenance, please try again later. Error 3004, 3006, 3007, or 300008 - There are a number of possible causes for these errors. Error 315300 - If you're sure you're typing your correct account information, check to make sure no additional spaces were added before or after your email address.

(Please note that Diablo 3 will not be available for play until May 15 at a.m. If you're still running into this issue, there may be an error in your foreign language appdata files.

Your Battle Tag is a nickname, not your account name.

Blizzard's advice in full: "If your installation disc has been ejected, please reinsert and try again.

Some players have found a workaround, but please be aware the steps they provide are not something we can currently support.

Grey login button - You need to use your email address as your account name.

Properties Change it from ‘Disabled’ to ‘Automatic’ Run your Diablo 3 setup as administrator and it should quickly go through Updating Setup Files and bring you to an install screen. Fix #2 Right click on the Diablo 3 setup file you downloaded via the Blizzard Downloader Select Properties Choose Windows XP (Service Pack 3) (Note: Does not work on Vista.) Right Click the Icon, Run as Administrator. Delete your C:\Program Data\Blizzard Entertainment\Cache folder. Run the Downloader again, as administrator, and see if it gets past the “Updating Setup Files” window. Alternate location: C:/Documents and Settings/All Users/Application Data Application Data is a a hidden file so you'll need to click tools view tab and check show hidden files and folders.

Properties Change it from ‘Disabled’ to ‘Automatic’ Run your Diablo 3 setup as administrator and it should quickly go through Updating Setup Files and bring you to an install screen.

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