Diablo 3 updating setup files error Vidoesex lady cam
At one point I had a similar issue where my installed & patched Diablo worked on Win 8 but stopped working spontaneously one day, and I hadn't done anything with the computer lately.Not sure if a Windows update triggered it or what but it crashed on launch after that just like yours, until I found the wrapper you're having trouble with, which let Diablo and Hellfire run once again on it.although, now when i run it it just crashes with no error message. Alright, here is virtually every relevant current condition that Diablo 1 is running on my seldom used Windows 8.1 laptop.I realize you probably checked/tried many of these already, but if you match all of this exactly I'm curious if it still doesn't work.it had three "Exception code: C0000005 ACCESS_VIOLATION Fault address: 00320AAC 000000 *unknown*" "error reports" I guess ill call them. ERR file Unfortunately, if there is any executable code at either of the fault addresses this text file lists, I can only find essentially blank lines in memory.
Ill try some different compatability settings and a few creating a few different batch files i have seen, to see if anything works in the mean time.i got the dll fikes and copied them into diablo's root directory.I also replaced the d3dx9_43 or whatever its called in the system32 directory, just in case it got messed up.So, assuming it is the same issue your laptop is having now, this is worth a test just to be sure.Diablo is patched to v1.09 (not sure how to tell when you can't start the game, normally it displays in the menu in the bottom left corner; if you're not positive it is patched to the latest version, download the latest official patch from Blizzard here and make certain you right-click the patch and run it as an administrator - Blizzard has a v1.09b as well, which is fine, either version will do but the game will display v1.09 either way) Diablo is not located anywhere inside a special Windows folder, such as Program Files, My Documents, or other user folders; it should be in a path such as C:\Games or something else you created, so Windows won't restrict the game's folder from the game itself with weird UAC security policies Short of that, I'm not sure what to tell you.