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If it's crashing like that, there's likely something wrong with your game client installation or your hardware/software is interfering somehow.
When it crashes, it should be displaying a code consisting of a series of numbers/letters. Can you tell me what the next one is when it crashes?
That's an "FMOD" crash for which the devs don't list a singular solution. It deals with sound though so let's see your dxdiag info so we can see what sound device you have and the drivers it's using.
You can find this information in the Direct X Diagnostic Tool:
Click on Start
Click on Run
Type in: dxdiag (In Vista, type dxdiag in the search field)
Hit Enter or OK
Click on the Save All Information button at the bottom, and create a dxdiag text file, and copy and paste it ALL here.
Thank you. I think it might have something to do with my new headset - Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930. I unplugged it and everything seems to be working so far :) I am going to have to have a friend play around with them for me to figure out, so i can use them without it messing up diablo 3.
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