Even after manually pointing to the folder, it would not let me save it.
So I elected to fix the issues without saving the backup.
CCleaner found several App-related issues still in the registry.
192.168.254.100 - Check NAT Enabled - Launch Server Only CLIENT: - Go to c: Windows System32driversetc and open hosts in notepad - Add this lines server ip ie. 192.168.254.100 - CLICK Play on Remote Server NOTE: Your SERVERΓÇÖs ip may differ from the given example. account add [email protected] password(8 chars.) usernick admin i donwload this fromsite,try if working,and enyoj NOTE: ADMINS PLS DONT BLAME ME, AND DONT REMOVE OUR ACC, BEACUSE ISN NOT FAKE!
This version is based on a legit digital copy of Diablo III (North American release) 2. Run Mooege (X:%DIABLO_III_ROOT%src Mooegebin Debug Mooege.exe) 7. As mentioned in "Release" tag there' re still bugs and non-fully working quests but Team Mooge is working hard to bring you this great staff working for 100 %.
I tried the solution there, but my current system registry file appeared to be okay.
So, I don’t know what has happened different, except updating my video drivers, that has caused my computer to lose track of my Documents folder. Have you tried running the Blizzard app as Admin or testing the game on a new Windows user account?
I had to press the Windows-key, which brought up the Start Menu and Taskbar. I right-clicked the Taskbar and brought up the Task Manager. Once it locks up it continues to do this even if I move the D3Prefs file.
Conclusion: For some reason, my D3Prefs file is causing D3 to lock up when I enter the game.
First goto: X:%System Root%system32driversetc and edit file "hosts" If your region is US, then add this to hosts: 127.0.0.1 us.actual.If your region is EU, then add this one: 127.0.0.1 eu.actual.And if you have ASi AN region, then add: 127.0.0.1 sea.actual.4. When the process shuts down, run Diablo III then click button "Play" 5.
System Requirements Minimum: OS: Windows XP (with Servicepack 2) Processor: Dual Core with 2.1 GHz Memory: 2 GB System RAM HArd Disk Space: 10 GB Video Card: 512 MB Radeon 3870 / Ge Force 8800 GTX Direct X®: 9.1c Sound: Direct X compatible soundcard Additional: Keyboard/mouse or gamepad required Internet Connection required for online activation Recommended: OS: Windows XP (with Servicepack 3), Windows Vista (with Servicepack 1), Windows 7 Processor: Dual Core with 3 GHz Memory: 4 GB System RAM Hard Disk Space: 12 GB Video Card: 1024 MB Radeon 4890 / Ge Force GTX 260 How to Install The game with Server Simulator: Things Needed * Download the Diablo 3 from Here, update it by opening the launcher.
I mention this because I had a similar issue last November 2018.
It was covered on the old D3 Technical Support Forum in my thread, Changing D3 Save Location.
I then set Diablo III and Diablo to run as administrator with the App still set for administrator too. I followed the instructions on the System File Checker page you linked. C:\WINDOWS\system32’d the introduction cinematic and opened the Game Options. But, at this point, I decided to move my D3Prefs file, I had stored on my Desktop, back in my Documents folder. It loaded like usual, without the introduction cinematic and I didn’t have to adjust my Video or Audio Options.