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I had the same issue and tried everything mentioned here, and the result was zero.
So I just uninstalled the game completely, and clean up my drive C: (I'm using CCleaner) and I installed the game back and everything is back to normal.
Hope this helps :)
I take it back. It worked until I had to restart my PC and then the same error occurred again.
So I then reinstalled it once more - and once again, it worked for a while and then it stopped.
Have also tried this method here: http://patchup.info/d3/tfil/SEA/ a few times but no joy.
Anyone else have better ideas?
This made it work for me:
1. Delete C:\ProgramData\Blizzard Entertainment\Battle.net\Cache
2. Delete C:\ProgramData\Battle.net
Ok this is insane. After starting it once, and then shutting it down, I see the same problem again. I now have to delete the above folders each time I want to play the game? This is not logical at all.
Edited by DaMooi#6163 on 5/12/2013 8:29 AM PDT
These are the first steps you should try to fix the issue:
if this doesnt solve the problem try deleting the battle.net folders.
here is a link to how to make a batch file to delete the folders. that way anytime you want to delete the folders you dont have to go looking through your computer. just double click and tell it what you want to delete. easy stuff :)
..and if you just want to go delete them yourself someone posted the paths above
Edited by Morogoth#1321 on 6/17/2013 12:47 PM PDT
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