Diablo® III

Error Code 3007

I get stuck on authenticating credentials...anyone else?
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I can get into the game, for short bursts, before getting booted with error 3007. Can't even come close to finishing an area or even the first floor of the cathedral.

This is pretty sad, as there was plenty of data on these type of issues from the beta. Apparently, EA thinks we'll just all take whatever crap they dish out. This is a single player game, so all of these issues are huge negatives and at the moment they far outweigh any reasons for requiring server connections.

The game is unplayable and Blizzard needs to hustle it up or be relegated to a Duke Nukem Forever level of failure. Get busy boys and get this fixed NOW.
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for the last 36 hours i can play a level for maybe ten minutes then i get error code 3007 and get booted out and then when i log back in i have to start over this is dumb. you think if you released a game there would not be so many bugs the first day. i have never seen so many issues and bugs with a game before. come on blizzard fix please.
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80 Human Warrior
570
This is in regards for a constant error of code 3007.

I've read over and over on various forum threads of Error 3007 Lost Connection. And to be quite frank from every Blizzard response, it is nothing more then the exact same thing over and over. Either a 'Self-Troubleshooting Guide' is recommended OR, we get told it's a user error of some sort. So for you BLIZZARD, allow me to shed some light on this very fast growing problem.

Error 3007 is a 'LOST CONNECTION' Error that shows for a rapidly large growing number of players with constant posts and new threads being made over and over. So, here is my first question. IF this Error 3007 is a user error and trouble shooting is the simple fix, why does the number of received errors grow? How can it be user related when so many suffer it?

World of WarCraft and StarCraft2 Players have not complained about loosing connection, it's just the loss with this game. Everyone has been saying the same thing. I will rephrase for better understanding. "ALL GAMES THAT REQUIRE ONLINE ACCESS TO PLAY WORK PERFECTLY FINE EXCEPT FOR DIABLO 3"

I play World of WarCraft and Diablo II BattleNet all the time and nothing is wrong with either. Never do I get disconnected. I run Steam from Valve and all my online games work just fine. The fact I am here making this post shows I am online.

Here are some factors BLIZZARD to show that this constant growing error is NOT user related and is NOT a simple 'troubleshooting fix'.

Factor #1: High Volume of players from all over the world play this game. We are not all in the same house, on the same router, or on the same provider.

Factor #2: ISP is varied from player to player. Some run Comcast, Charter, Frontier, DSL, Cable, or FiOS. Meaning that everyone single player aside from one's in the same house have their own set up regardless of provider.

Factor #3: Router and Modems. Some players are connected directly from the computer to the modem, others go through 1 or 2 routers. Some have D-Link, Linksys, Netgear, Belkin,Dynex, or some other brand for a router. Whether the router is wireless or not should NOT matter if the player has a direct LAN connection to the router. Being wired or wireless depends on how they connect to the internet NOT what router they use. [I cottaced Blizzard Support via phone and they asked me the router and I told them a wireless but I had a wired connection and we were going through steps to help get a better wireless connection. Complete incompetence.]

Factor #4: IP Addresses. Everyone has one if you are connected to the internet, everyone's is different no matter what. So if this is still a user related error for our 'Loosing Connection' how do we change this? Well simple answer you can't. So safe to say that everyone with an internet connection has an IP address, so, a 'User Realted Error for this lost connection can be started here in knowing...We as the players in this mass group are not responible for the lost connection.

Factor #5: how the game was obtained. Some have downloaded it from buying it from from the website, other got it with the annual pass of WoW, others got a standard edition of the game, others got the Collectors Edition of the game. So Loss of Connection Errors being ruled from this is ridiculous.

NOTES:
Complete power cycling can help, yes. Ensuring your router's firmware is up to date, yes. Making sure ports are set aside for D3, yes. These are all three some factors that MAY increase the stability of your connection, but as with most, it does not.

I do not want to have to go out and buy some really really expensive router and get a bunch more cat7 cables just to play this game. Every other online game works fine, not a single connection error at all.

URGENT!
BLIZZARD: Every other game works fine, WoW, SC2, Diablo 2. The connection for the servers work fine, no disconnection at all!

As some have said with so many variables with this, ISP, IP Addresses, modem styles, router styles, network cards(whether added on or the on board default), ethernet style cables, the difference in either wireless or wired connection, so many are different for every single person, but ONE thing and only ONE thing is the same. Where we are all receiving this Error 3007, through BLIZZARD on Diablo 3. (Not WoW, not SC2, not D2, Not any other internet required game, JUST Diablo 3)

So please, any blizzard representative who is reading, don't give me a guide for trouble shooting, it doesn't work. I've spent the last day and a half trying to figure this out and there is no answer. I've exhausted every method of my own knowledge, the ones I found here, even called to get additional help and nothing worked. So many other deal with this same exact problem.

Theory:
Server Bug. In the emergency maintenance work some scripting along the way has gotten messed up. At least something has been plagued. Fact is there is something with the Diablo 3 server that fails to keep a connection with the player and closes. At first I could understand some of us having it and it require mere troubleshooting and we as the players couldn't hold the connection with the server, but now it's still continuing. Many people have spent $60-$100 and many haven't been able to make their first character or even see the game yet. This cannot be something as simple as troubleshooting, especially with such a high growing number. Instead of taking time to research troubleshooting ideas to post that have already been exhausted, get a team to investigate the server scripting itself and find where this bug is and why people keep getting disconnected.
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Im still getting the 3007 error code. To be honest im getting really pissed off. Is it just MY connection?
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85 Draenei Paladin
5615
Yes, I am also getting the 3007 error code. I first had a problem with install then after great lengths finally got it installed (ty forum :D). Now the error code.
Like everyone else, all my other games have no connection problems (Blizzard, Steam, NCsoft) so I am not understanding why I cannot connect to Diablo....
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85 Tauren Death Knight
2980
I agree with Merrikvoluro that the problem is with Blizzard servers. I do have a suggestion to cut down on the high volume of players is TO ALLOW SINGLE PLAYER OFFLINE MODE. Not just so people can play with out worry of lagging especially if they decide to play hard core i can't count the number of times i die because of a lag. but also for people with out internet connection they might like to be able to enjoy the game. I for one know when i was deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan i spent countless hours play Diablo 2 now if i were to go back i have to wait 7 months to a year to play the game again.
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absolutely - this sucks. i'm taking the game back and blizzard can kiss my hiney.
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Same thing here. I installed the game last night and have been unable to access it because I cant get past the credential authorization. I have reset modems and routers but to no avail. . . Any ideas anyone?
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I thought I bought Diablo 3 not error code 3007 3
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Wanna know how to play the game and not get an error 3007
ok

try this worked for me

change your server location
i did europe
skip the chatroom thing
on the left on the sighn in page before
login in on the left select options then
select account their are 3 options
Server region selection
change your server loacation i tried europe
works great get on every time
try that
post if that works for you
note: when you change regions you have no character
on the europe server so youll probbably halfto start over
level i think 3 but hay

gendre
Edited by gendre#1146 on 8/21/2012 2:35 AM PDT
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The upcoming patch should fix it up, like Starcraft 2's first patch fixed DC problems
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i played for the frist 3 days i got the game fine and now I get this dam 3007 code every 4 mins.. i would like to be able to play the god dam game when i want to...i am really not happy
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Ever since the did this new 1.02 patch have nothing but trouble staying connected to the game. Then have even more trouble trying to get back into the game after I get disconnected. Just wondering is this server issues or the patch issue and are lots of people having the same problem?
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Non-stop error 3007 here too - this is the ONLY fuking game that does this. Way to go blizzard.
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This is just incredible! I can't believe that battle.net wasn't prepared for this. I just bought the game...Had no graphics card, so I bought thhe 6770 Radeon..Card seems to be working good...Get home and now this?

With all that being said, has anyone heard when this will be fixed?
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90 Tauren Death Knight
6420
i know it's not my network causing problems because I had no troubles whatsoever (aside from the Day 1 service drought) hell, I actually beat the game on easy and was working on 2 new chars along with my main in nightmare......BBBBBUUUUTTTT, ever since this 1.0.2patch crap came up I have not been able to log in once, and I have also seen friends that live in the same area playing D3 when I was in WoW.......WTF?!?!?!?!?!!
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Wanna know how to play the game and not get an error 3007
ok

try this worked for me

change your server location
i did europe
skip the chatroom thing
on the left on the sighn in page before
login in on the left select options then
select account their are 3 options
Server region selection
change your server loacation i tried europe
works great get on every time
try that
post if that works for you
note: when you change regions you have no character
on the europe server so youll probbably halfto start over
level i think 3 but hay

gendre
Edited by gendre#1146 on 8/6/2012 1:40 AM PDT
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to address the authication how did you buy d3
online then you did it while buying it
if from a store i dunno but you need to have an account with blizzard
the logon was made by you
i would think that you could login and see your account
have it emailed to you or something i dunno
i think your username was your email address and your chosen password
you should be able to access it change it so on
if this helped then cool

gendre
Edited by gendre#1146 on 8/6/2012 1:44 AM PDT
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90 Goblin Priest
8605
Quoting below, cause this is a great post!
Thanks mate!
Now if we only could get Blizz to listen......

This is in regards for a constant error of code 3007.

I've read over and over on various forum threads of Error 3007 Lost Connection. And to be quite frank from every Blizzard response, it is nothing more then the exact same thing over and over. Either a 'Self-Troubleshooting Guide' is recommended OR, we get told it's a user error of some sort. So for you BLIZZARD, allow me to shed some light on this very fast growing problem.

Error 3007 is a 'LOST CONNECTION' Error that shows for a rapidly large growing number of players with constant posts and new threads being made over and over. So, here is my first question. IF this Error 3007 is a user error and trouble shooting is the simple fix, why does the number of received errors grow? How can it be user related when so many suffer it?

World of WarCraft and StarCraft2 Players have not complained about loosing connection, it's just the loss with this game. Everyone has been saying the same thing. I will rephrase for better understanding. "ALL GAMES THAT REQUIRE ONLINE ACCESS TO PLAY WORK PERFECTLY FINE EXCEPT FOR DIABLO 3"

I play World of WarCraft and Diablo II BattleNet all the time and nothing is wrong with either. Never do I get disconnected. I run Steam from Valve and all my online games work just fine. The fact I am here making this post shows I am online.

Here are some factors BLIZZARD to show that this constant growing error is NOT user related and is NOT a simple 'troubleshooting fix'.

Factor #1: High Volume of players from all over the world play this game. We are not all in the same house, on the same router, or on the same provider.

Factor #2: ISP is varied from player to player. Some run Comcast, Charter, Frontier, DSL, Cable, or FiOS. Meaning that everyone single player aside from one's in the same house have their own set up regardless of provider.

Factor #3: Router and Modems. Some players are connected directly from the computer to the modem, others go through 1 or 2 routers. Some have D-Link, Linksys, Netgear, Belkin,Dynex, or some other brand for a router. Whether the router is wireless or not should NOT matter if the player has a direct LAN connection to the router. Being wired or wireless depends on how they connect to the internet NOT what router they use. [I cottaced Blizzard Support via phone and they asked me the router and I told them a wireless but I had a wired connection and we were going through steps to help get a better wireless connection. Complete incompetence.]

Factor #4: IP Addresses. Everyone has one if you are connected to the internet, everyone's is different no matter what. So if this is still a user related error for our 'Loosing Connection' how do we change this? Well simple answer you can't. So safe to say that everyone with an internet connection has an IP address, so, a 'User Realted Error for this lost connection can be started here in knowing...We as the players in this mass group are not responible for the lost connection.

Factor #5: how the game was obtained. Some have downloaded it from buying it from from the website, other got it with the annual pass of WoW, others got a standard edition of the game, others got the Collectors Edition of the game. So Loss of Connection Errors being ruled from this is ridiculous.

NOTES:
Complete power cycling can help, yes. Ensuring your router's firmware is up to date, yes. Making sure ports are set aside for D3, yes. These are all three some factors that MAY increase the stability of your connection, but as with most, it does not.

I do not want to have to go out and buy some really really expensive router and get a bunch more cat7 cables just to play this game. Every other online game works fine, not a single connection error at all.

URGENT!
BLIZZARD: Every other game works fine, WoW, SC2, Diablo 2. The connection for the servers work fine, no disconnection at all!

As some have said with so many variables with this, ISP, IP Addresses, modem styles, router styles, network cards(whether added on or the on board default), ethernet style cables, the difference in either wireless or wired connection, so many are different for every single person, but ONE thing and only ONE thing is the same. Where we are all receiving this Error 3007, through BLIZZARD on Diablo 3. (Not WoW, not SC2, not D2, Not any other internet required game, JUST Diablo 3)

So please, any blizzard representative who is reading, don't give me a guide for trouble shooting, it doesn't work. I've spent the last day and a half trying to figure this out and there is no answer. I've exhausted every method of my own knowledge, the ones I found here, even called to get additional help and nothing worked. So many other deal with this same exact problem.

Theory:
Server Bug. In the emergency maintenance work some scripting along the way has gotten messed up. At least something has been plagued. Fact is there is something with the Diablo 3 server that fails to keep a connection with the player and closes. At first I could understand some of us having it and it require mere troubleshooting and we as the players couldn't hold the connection with the server, but now it's still continuing. Many people have spent $60-$100 and many haven't been able to make their first character or even see the game yet. This cannot be something as simple as troubleshooting, especially with such a high growing number. Instead of taking time to research troubleshooting ideas to post that have already been exhausted, get a team to investigate the server scripting itself and find where this bug is and why people keep getting disconnected.
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