You may need to clear out the BattleNet cache to resolve this: TheFlute Zenlaka We can also try a clean reinstall of the Blizzard app, to make sure no old files are left behind: Uninstall the Blizzard app Next open the temp locations and delete any Battle. Make sure you run as Admin.
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SyazwanDaut Narumi Hey Narumi, You can try creating a new Admin account , which can sometimes help but most likely there is a security program that is blocking the install. Type inetcpl.
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Click OK. Click the Connections tab.
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To do that, just right click on the icon you use to start the game and that option will be listed. Abendschein, Ok, could you navigate to your C: Then try starting the game up again.
Is your Blizzard app stuck initializing? Here’s how to fix it
I assume it will fail again and when it does, please post the newly created "Blizzard Launcher. Abendschein, Is there a "Blizzard Launcher. It ought to have 14 entries inside, 3 of which are folders. That doesn't really address the issue, the app is already installed.
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I think this is something Blizzard will have to update if they want to run on Apple is really shying away from apps that get root access. It's just a game anyway, why does it need root access, and why does it seem to have so many permission problems?
I appreciate you trying to help but I'd like to clear up a few things.. One, when you request access with an admin password you can easily gain root access to an OS X system.
Most apps these days don't require an admin level password to install because it's simply not needed. In fact running a sudo in terminal will prompt for the very same password that the Battle. Getting an admin password allows an app to a change permissions on files outside of it's own and b install files outside of it's sandboxed space and c manipulate files that are not installed by itself. Once that password is given an app can really go ahead and write and modify everything it wants to regardless of future impact to the system. Two, Further degrading the security protection of OS X by suggesting to allow users to install apps from anywhere, to get a game to work, is WAY outside of the concept of a sandbox and can leave a less educated user in a very vulnerable position.
Four, Once an app is installed it will no longer qualify to be checked by that security measure, If you flip the switch to install unidentified software and then flip it back to only allow installations from the Mac App Store and Identified developers the installed software will still run fine. I have verified this on I have tried all of the above and it doesn't solve the issue.
The issue is with the battle. I'm going to erase my install of OS X and revert back to the non-beta release of Mar 13, 1.
Same problem here after upgrading system to the latest patch of Hope it can be fixed soon. Same issue here also Have something to say? Log in to join the conversation.