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same issue for me and the DNS fix did not work for me.
Also when I click on my profile I do not have any of my history i.e. no races played, no games played.
When I try and start a 1v1 map vs AI (any map).
Does anyone else get the error message 'CLIENTSIDECACHE_READ_FILE_NOT_LOCAL'
I can play quick games on the SEA region, but cannot play on the US region.
Same problem. First it was this:
Then it was this:
The authentication module provided by the service is corrupt. Please try again.
Repair Tool. Nothing
Deleting Blizzard Entertainment Folder. Nothing. Actaully screwed up my WoW too.
Uninstall and clean reinstall, patched and optimized. Nothing
Repair again. Nothing
Australian with SEA licence but play on both SEA and NA Regions. SEA seems fine but NA is broken. This all happened after the latest patch.
Edited by MagicSausage on 1/19/2013 9:13 PM PST
Figured out the problem to this *for me anyway - I also did the DNS changing and it didn't fix it. - log into Battle.net account management - then change your password, (the US servers required this for you to play a couple days ago when Blizzard had a security breech) I also updated my Address, and all my other information too for good luck.
It worked straight away.
I have to say....there are so many forums of this and it is to be honesty, Disgusting. This has been going on for about 3 day's now and nothing has been done to resolve and I cant even find a blizzard statement about it. We are the customers here and even if we live this far away in NZ and AUS we should still be getting at least some news about it.
A temporary solution to this problem is to get an updated version of the Blizzard Entertainment folder located in Program Data on your C drive. This will allow you to play ladder games and some customs until they update again. Go here to page 4 and read DarkCrescents post where you can get the link to an updated version of it.
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