Solution 1 – Make sure that your drivers are up to date Diablo 3 crashes can be caused by outdated video driver, therefore if you’re experiencing any issues with Diablo 3, we strongly urge you to update your drivers first.
Many users reported that downloading the latest drivers for their graphic card fixed the crashing issues, so make sure you try that.
Check your bandwidth see if the updater is using any of it. If bandwidth is being used, let it finish it's download.
retail/hard copies were probably produced a few weeks ago so that they could be shipped out and be in place at stores all over the world for the midnight release.
We recommend this third-party tool (100% safe and tested by us) to automatically download all the outdated drivers on your PC.
Solution 2 – Set Battle Net and Diablo 3 to power saving mode Few users claim that they solved the crashing issues with Diablo 3 by setting both the game and the Battle Net client to run in power saving mode from Catalyst Control Center.
I downloaded windows 10 from the ms site (the automatic icon never appeared on my pc), and am using the media creation tool.
Leave the Windows 10 Setup window as is and try this: 1.
In here, type services.msc) and stop the Windows Update Service.
Exe from this folder before it restarts itself in task manager (A DOS window will appear, let it run all the way, it will close itself) Once it finishes, the Launcher will die. Note, I ran Agent.524 first, not sure if that is a pertinent step or not, if it is, insert it before Agent.868. What if this same issue appears with the full game? Whenever you start the install, first wait for to appear in the Processes tab in Task Manager, then kill it. But as the shadow once again crawls across our world...
If this works for you guys can you add it to the forums? Try rebooting the system into 'Safe Mode with Networking' (mash on F8 just before the windows logo comes up). After that, the update will most likely freeze, if it does reboot back to normal mode. Start the manually, but before it restarts on its own. and the stench of terror drifts on a bitter wind...
Meaning his info won't really help you for this problem.
I have tried playing with the settings in Windows update, but suspect the problem lies in there somewhere...