Diablo® III

0% download after an hour

85 Tauren Paladin
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See Title.
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What operating system are you using, Tooeasy?
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85 Tauren Paladin
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Windows Vista, all updates, all my specs match except my processor IS a little under at 2.66 instead of 2.8 everything else is fine
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I checked all my settings they're all matching. I just cannot download even 1 byte....
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85 Tauren Paladin
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Bump
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85 Draenei Priest
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Try running the installer in Windows XP SP 3 Mode
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85 Tauren Paladin
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How do I do that? ;.; I went to Properties on the installer and it says Windows XP SP2
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85 Tauren Paladin
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Reinstalling the downloader...
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The new installer looks different than the one I was using. However, still stuck at 0%
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I'm wondering about this my self. The game folder stopped growing at about 7.68GB a few hours ago, but the installer is still transferring data and says 0% installed.
Edited by PantheraLeo#1464 on 5/15/2012 1:55 AM PDT
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85 Tauren Paladin
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I've now seen 3 installers. One says 0 KB of 7.60 GB, another gives the story of Diablo III while saying 0% install, the other looks like Blizzard WoW installer and says 0%
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85 Tauren Paladin
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This one looks like it's working! 11.3 MB, now after 2 hours I've found the right installer!
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I got tired of waiting and closed the install after getting hints it would pick up where it left off. (I really didn't want to download that many gigs again.)

I restarted it as running as a admin instead of waiting for it to ask for the privileges. It popped up at ~84% complete and ticking. :)
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85 Tauren Paladin
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I lied. It's still not working, I was just redownloading the Installer........
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85 Tauren Paladin
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I'm getting a headache and getting upset.
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85 Tauren Paladin
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I've just realized it didn't even create the folder it's supposed to put the files into.
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If your using a LAN connection try going into internet options, go to the connections tab, select LAN settings , and disable Automatically Detect Settings.
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Where is this connection tab you speak of? Serious.
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I followed so many trouble shooting things and it still won't install. I am getting pissed off, REALLY pissed off.
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I don't think I have a LAN connection but if I did it is already deselected for the detect settings.
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