Diablo 3 beta updating tools 0
This worked for me, I was finally able to log in after 1.5 days of failed attempts. Go to WTF/Find and edit SET gx Api "D3D11" to SET gx Api "D3D9" Start Launcher.Update - Possible fix for 15544 Update Okay, so I couldn't log in after the 15544 Update. If the progress bar is stuck, try it a few more times.Apply and exit out, you should now be able to see the folder.So i did all the steps here and now all i have is a new error code BLZPTS0000F.I had to delete folder one more time, then it started downloading.I actually have no idea why this fixed it, but this was the only thing I did. I went to bed last night almost ready to give up on this, but i figured i'd try again today and see if Blizz fixed the problem, but it was the same as last night.According to a few posts on the official forums, it's not necessary to delete the entire folder, just the 'agent' folder inside the folder. I am however looking for an alternative solution as the above doesnt work for me.
It includes such information as how much RAM you have, available hard drive space, your graphics card and driver, and other information about your system.
However, the final parts of Act V are not playable. The Diablo 3 beta ran for eight months but that was a full game. Blizzard never allows beta characters to be carried over in to the full release of their games.
Early Blizzard beta tests were limited to just the 1000 beta CDs they pressed and mailed out.
Downloaded and installed D3 and then i restarted my computer when it was at 100%I tryed to run Diablo 3 and it says updating tools 0% next to the start button.....stays at 0% "been an hour now"... Once there, go to View and select 'Show hidden files and folders'.
Hello, Please can you remove this folder:[WINDOWS XP]C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Battle.net[WINDOWS VISTA/7]C:\Program Data\Once here, right click on the Agent folder and select Rename. Temp to ensure that it is not recognised by the game the next time it launches. EDIT: On windows 7, the folder Program Data is hidden, which means you need to click Organize in the top left, then select 'Folder and Search options'.