One way to avoid this is to extract the contents of your setup file before you run it.
Users who are currently using Windows Vista as operating system will generally encounter this problem.
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.
This issue affects users of ATI Radeon HD 2400, 2600, 2900, 3400, 36 graphics cards under Windows Vista and Windows 7.
He successfully downloaded files, and launched the installer.exe, but the installation hangs at the screen with the message"Updating Setup Files", around 2/3 of the progress.
So far, we tried everything mentioned in also tried as well.
Unfortunately, many setup programs only exist as a way to get adware onto your system, sometimes without you even noticing.
Assuming this is an Inno Setup installer, the unpacker will probably produce an iss file, like install_-- the script which holds the instructions for the installer -- and an [app] folder with the application’s various components.
If it’s something very simple, maybe a readme file, an internet shortcut, one executable, perhaps a DLL, then you can probably run it immediately without using the official installer.
Error code: BLZPTS00009well for me i uninstalled but i dont know if it was necessary.
Blizzard you suck what's the point of all this crap ?