I followed your guide step by step, however, after entering the password for the newly created acct, the blizz login box appears, I enter my user name and password, but it doesnt log in, it gives an error code and when I click on the code it takes me to a web page with stating this:
"Something went wrong while logging you in. This can happen when we don’t have permission to read or write files on your computer.
"Battle.net cannot access required login files to connect to the Battle.net service."
Seems as though it has to be run as administrator, which in turn would negate all the steps you mentioned.
Close open Blizzard programs. Press Ctrl+Shift+Esc to open the Task Manager. Click the Processes tab. Select agent.exe and click End Process. Navigate to the folder containing the cache directory: Press Windows Key+R to open the Run dialogue. Type the following into the Run field and press Enter: Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\ Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10: C:\ProgramData\ If a Blizzard Entertainment folder exists in the directory, right-click it and select Delete. Restart the Battle.net Desktop App and relaunch the game.
I followed the guide to the T and after I press the play button all I get is a blank white screen with the cursor. I have tried ending Agent.exe and deleting the Blizzard Entertainment folder but that didnt change anything. I tried running game with usual launcher and changing modes, from Fullscreen to Windowed fullscreen to Windowed, but still just get the white screen.
It runs normally when I use my usual launcher shortcut. Using Win 10, but thats what OS Repeat wrote the guide for. I wonder what I am missing here. Also, will this really help hide D3Helper? Is it worth all my time trying to get this working per the guide.
Anyone have a clue? Anyone have Repeats Protect yourself Guide actually working?
Update, I tried again from all fresh a few times and it just started working, not sure that leaving the game open longer than I was the other times helped? Maybe I was closing to test if would restart good to soon? But anyway, its working.
Thanks Repeat for the guide. I wish I could pinpoint what eventually caused it to work on my end so I could post and help others that may have the same problem, but it is kinda blurry what made it eventually work. Just retried the new Shortcut and Deleting Blizzard Ent folder/ Ending Agent.exe. Seems what worked for me was allowing the game to just stay idle for 5-10 mins after initial start-up before closing down. Maybe this allowed time for my prefs to update or something? Not sure.
Hello, i created a new windows user, but when i try to create the shortcut with the specific location it says that the file cannot be found. What am i doing wrong? I insert: runas/savecred/user:test"C:\Program Files (x86)\Battle.net\Battle.net.exe"