Find your folder we just made and used the SVN checkout process with I used Kolbot as name of my folder. Inside the folder you need to find 'D2Bot.exe' Right click on this program and go to 'properties' then go to 'compatibility' If you are using Windows 8 or 8.1 you need to use the check box that reads 'Run this program in compatibility mode for' Then click the drop down menu and select 'Windows XP Service Pack 2' EVERYONE on any windows needs to check the checkbox that reads 'Run this program as Administrator' Then click the 'Apply' button. Lastly Click the 'OK' button.
Now try to run 'D2Bot.exe' It should open without errors.
Find the 'Keys' button and click it.
There are different ways to add keys. I will list the most used ones here. You do not need to use multiple methods for the same key. Choose one method per cd key set.
1. Manual addition of keys- Click in the text box that has a + sign next to it and type whatever name you would like for this keyset. This name is for the bots identification purposes and does not affect the game. Next click the 'Name' text box this name WILL be shown in game for the name if someone tries to use these keys and gets the 'In use by key name' error. Put any name you like in this field. Next copy and paste or type out each of your classic and expansion keys in the next two text boxes labeled as 'Classic' and 'Expansion' Then click the 'Apply' button. Then click the 'ok' button.
2. Adding .mpq file keys- This is primarily used if you create cd key files via the key creator or you made them with Etal etc. To use your .mpq files you must place them in the Diablo II folder you are going to use for this bot. Ex: ImageThen we will find the 'Keys' button and click it. Click in the text box that has a + sign next to it and type whatever name you would like for this keyset. This name is for the bots identification purposes and does not affect the game. Next click the 'Name' text box. This is where we place the name of the .mpq file we copied over to our diablo 2 folder earlier. The file names must match exactly! EX: d2key1.mpq Leave the 'Classic' and 'Expansion' sections blank. Click 'Apply' and then click 'OK'.
3. Use the cd key set that was used with your Diablo II install. If you installed your copy of Diablo II using your OWN keys or keys that WORK and you want to use those... wait until a later step and I will show how to do this method. (Easiest method/Most dangerous method).
Video Instructions here:
Cheap D2 Cd Keys
If you registered your key on Blizzard.com and used their digital download, then you will need to use their 26 character CD key. In your profile on your 'Games' page, there will be a 'view key' button on all of your games. Click it and they will give you your new 26 character key. I'm not sure /why/ they did this with Diablo II, but they did. Diablo II 26 digits CD-Keys (2007+) 6D2DE2WY2HXMYB7RWWMDGY6K47 9HEC6Z9MRDGNPBNB8DYCGCB7EJ B6XP6C7DFNJEKFNR7H8D6MW7CX HPE66HTER6JJ2CRWTBFYBNW7TB. I would love a d2 cd key if anybody got some, I got my own LoD but I can't find anything on my old d2 boxset, you can message me at [email protected]
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3.Play with many characters at the same time in Battle.net from one PC(up to 4 characters) 4.Play without original DiabloII CD (includes Onlyer's no-CD loader) 5.Play with whatever CD keys you want and easy change them 6.Easy start games in window mode 7.Easy set Diablo II window title (keeps compatibility with other programs). (2a) If you don't have any CD, just download the game and install the game with the converted 26 digit cdkey (NOT the original 16 digit cdkey). (2b) If you have the CD purchased from Best Buy, Walmart etc recently, you may install the game with the CD and the converted 26 digit cdkey (NOT the original 16. I did that, but now when the installer asks me for my CD key it mentions a 26 character key, and the key on my CD case is not nearly that long. I'm looking at the case and it's clearly a 16 digit sequence. Do I pad that with zeros, or is there somewhere else I can find the key I need?