Diablo 3 stuck updating setup files
Just tried to install Diablo 3, and it keeps on getting stuck on updating game files.
Opening up the Task Manager shows that it is doing a lot of I/O To fix this, go to services, and re-enable Secondary Logon, god knows why this fixes the game…. He received his Bachelor of Engineering with First Class Honors, Summa Cum Laude, in April 2010 from Massey University, Auckland.
Best Hey HUNK, if he's already tried deleting the folder, and enabling the Window's secondary logon, something else must be hanging up the installation. If that doesn't help, let's take a look at what's running in the background: Boot into a Selective Startup first, and then: Hit the Windows key R, and type: Then hit Enter or Ok. Click on the sign next to Software Environments Click on Running Tasks Click on one item on the right side Click on Edit, and then Select All (Or hit Ctrl-A)Click on Edit, and the Copy (Or hit Ctrl-C)Then Paste everything into a reply.
Hello Aktivjesper, Delete the Cache folder:battle.net/support/article/6141Delete the Tools folder:battle.net/support/article/6504Try to update Agent manually:battle.net/support/article/6989If you have any security software installed, try deactivating or temporarily uninstalling it.______________________________________________________Got feedback about the support I'm providing?
Most of these can be solved by commonsense troubleshooting techniques, but some others are a bit more .It worked, but our [app] folder had two files, Stream Detector,1and Stream Detector,2 We opened install_in Notepad, and browsed to the Files section, which began like this.Unfortunately, many setup programs only exist as a way to get adware onto your system, sometimes without you even noticing.Getting stuck on the Updating Setup Files loading screen may indicate that the Update Agent is having issues installing the game.Error 37 simply means: "The service is undergoing maintenance, please try again later." Error 12 is caused by "the Global Play feature being disabled until all regions are active".