The Blizzard desktop application uses a process called Agent to install and patch Blizzard games.The steps below may resolve problems in which Agent can’t download data or install files.If a third-party security program is the cause of your sorrows, simply disable (or better yet, uninstall) any and all third-party security programs installed on your computer.
Diablo III will block certain systems running the game if it does not detect a certain spec of video card.
However, it is possible to force the game to run on any video card (even if it does not meet the minimum specification of the game)...you decide to do this and have terrible performance as expected, please do not contact us reporting it.
To make sure that the Secondary Logon service is enabled and running, you need to: When the computer boots up, check to see whether or not the Agent’s ability to successfully download data and/or install game files has been restored.
For the client’s Agent process to work, the user’s computer needs to have the latest versions of both its default internet browser and Adobe Flash Player.
Check to see whether or not you have any such game add-ons on your computer, and get rid of any that you do have.
Corrupted Agent files can often be the cause of this problem.
The desktop application is an extremely nifty little program for gamers – especially those who own and/or play Blizzard games – capable of both installing and patching Blizzard games.
Installing a patching a Blizzard game through is much faster than any conventional methods, which is a pretty impressive and valuable feature.
The reboot is going to close, reset and then restart the Agent process, which might just get Agent downloading data and installing game files like it usually does again.