An unexpected error occurred while updating diablo 3
(to restore in case something goes wrong) Now, if the issue was the launcher not patching the Diablo III client because it was using a different patch_url, your client should be patched and you should be good to go.However, if you play in a region that’s behind your client’s version, you need to revert your client to the previous version.I have disabled most if not all services, yet I encounter problems with my internet connection being unable to connect because of the disabled services. Ensure that show hidden files and folders is enabled.3. For Windows Vista and 7: Double-click the C drive, then the Program Data folder, and then delete the folder.Did playing HC and dying with a level 10 female character cause me to be banned from playing? Please try the account again and let me know what happens. For Windows Vista and 7: Click Start and select Computer. -Windows XP: Double-click the C drive, then Documents and Settings, then All Users, then Application Data, and then delete the folder.Hello Centurion, Delete the Cache folder:battle.net/support/article/6141Delete the Tools folder:battle.net/support/article/6504If the issue persists, take a look at this article and follow all the steps there, including the advanced:battle.net/support/article/6300064If you still have issues after that, please create a MSInfo file and paste the content on the thread:battle.net/support/article/200581You can paste the content of the file on a web like Pastebin and provide us with the link.:)______________________________________________________Got feedback about the support I'm providing? If you still have issues after that, please create a MSInfo file and paste the content on the thread:battle.net/support/article/200581You can paste the content of the file on a web like Pastebin and provide us with the link. Hope you can play without any further issues, but if it happens again don't hesitate on coming back so we can look into it. ______________________________________________________Got feedback about the support I'm providing? Hello Dave93, If you have an AMD graphic card, make sure you update your drivers.We've recently become aware that playing Diablo III with the latest Catalyst 12.4 drivers for ATI cards may cause some visual artifacts for specific hardware configurations.
Most of these can be solved by commonsense troubleshooting techniques, but some others are a bit more .
ATI Radeon HD 4600, 4700, 4800, 5000, 60 series products are unaffected, as is Windows XP.
Update: ATI has released a Catalyst 12.4a driver hotfix for the affected cards.
I have included the forum post word for word below in blue (you may want to thank the poster “Barthus” in the forums if it does the trick for you), as I said I was getting the patch loop issue and this fixed it for me.
I know there’s already a sticky about this, but that method is a little more complicated, will reset if you delete the Agent folder and may also reset during an Update.
We'll keep this post updated throughout the next couple of days with the latest problems and info on how to fix them.