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I did a transfer of all my old files on my old Mid 2010 iMac to my new iMac 10.9 and Heroes of the Storm alpha worked fine, but when I went to try and play Diablo 3 it gave an error, twice, and then started trying to patch on the battle.net client.
When it would try to patch on the battle.net client, it would try and initialize, fail, and give me BLZBNTAGT000008A4
But what doesn't make sense is the fact that I googled all over different people's solutions (repairing the game which also failed, repairing disk permissions, re-downloading battle.net client) and nothing worked, so now I just got frustrated and deleted all of the games and game folders and am now in the process of re-downloading all the games (made all of my purchases digitally so).
The error basically says it can't patch because it can't reach out to grab the patch. That would generally mean internet problems. I'm on the forums posting about my internet problems that battle.net thinks I have (but I wouldn't be on here if I had the problems now would I) and plus the battle.net client is completely alright with downloading all of the Diablo 3 data, so wtf?
Is the client going to bug out every time a patch comes out for a game, resulting in me having to re-download the entire game every time a patch comes out?
Blue help por favor.
I'm having the exact same problem. I transferred from my iMac to a new MBpro. most of my programs transferred along with their licenses and opened perfectly. a handful of other programs have had issues, having to re-enter licenses, etc... Some programs just don't seem to understand that it should treat the new hard drive as though it is the old hard drive I suppose. it thinks the file path is off or something. I would love to know if the complete deinstall and reinstall fixes the issue, which I'm sure it will... I'll probably go that same route.
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