Follow the instructions below and hopefully it will work. Navigate to "C:\Games" and delete the folder labeled "World_of_Tanks". Open the run command by holding the Windows Key and "R", type "%temp%" (without the quotes), then press enter. Near the bottom of the program, click 'scan for issues' and then click 'fix selected issues'; 3. Right click the game icon and select "Run as administrator".Steps 1-5 are key to making it a 'Clean' installation. Quit the launcher, and uninstall World of Tanks using the add/remove programs feature in your control panel. Delete any existing "Wo T_internet_install_na.exe" files. While you are still inside the CCleaner software, please click on 'cleaner' (upper left hand of application); second, click 'analyze', and then click 'run cleaner'. I fixed it by having my friend give me his two XML files and putting them in the launcher root directory: This is for World of Warships, but will probably work for all of the update launchers.On January 9, 2018, the Mac OS X version of the "Battle.net" app requested a restart and then failed to launch, instead going to the Blizzard Error app.Some of the problem may have been incompatibility with older OSes.For the time being, the desktop app generates a self-signed certificate that’s unique to your machine and configures your system to trust it.In patch 1.5 build 7963, live streaming of video to Facebook capability was theoretically added the desktop app.-startup plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher_1.1.0.v20100507-vm P:\Programs\jdk1.6\bin --launcher.library plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher.win32.win32.x86_1.1.0.v20100503 -product org.product --launcher.default Action open File -showsplash org.eclipse.platform --launcher.
Patch 1.5 of the desktop app supposedly added streaming capability via Facebook, but only in Windows OS.Previously, the desktop app used a certificate signed by a public Certificate Authority, meaning that no modifications to your system certificates were necessary; however, this technique is incompatible with Certificate Authority policies and we can no longer use it.While some browsers such as Chrome and Firefox are equipped to handle browser-to-app communication techniques, the changes were necessary for other browsers.The EULA (End-User License Agreement) was updated around August 1, 2013 to go with this new app.
It was updated again in February 26, 2015 around the release of Patch 6.1 to take effect February 28, 2015.
Around version 1.1.0, the term "Beta" was removed from the app and related web pages, but Blizzard never officially announced the Beta was ending or a release.