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Diablo 2 Exp File list

SWVoodooSWVoodoo __BANNED USERS regular
edited August 2008 in Help / Advice Forum
Anyone have a list of the Diablo 2 exp files. No mods no add-ons. I'm trying to install a mod but it requires there be no add-on files and or other mods, which I have a shit ton of.

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    AurinAurin Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    Why not just reinstall the game?

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    SWVoodooSWVoodoo __BANNED USERS regular
    edited August 2008
    Don't have the cds just like everyone else. Tried doing a google search but just came up with a bunch of torrents which have files listed but they are isos.

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    Last SonLast Son Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    You can go to the blizzard store, enter your CD-keys, and redownload the game free of charge.

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    SWVoodooSWVoodoo __BANNED USERS regular
    edited August 2008
    Yup don't know those either. Lol can't you guys just type up a list of the dlls and mpq files thats all I need.

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    SWVoodooSWVoodoo __BANNED USERS regular
    edited August 2008
    None of you have diablo 2?

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    SerpentSerpent Sometimes Vancouver, BC, sometimes Brisbane, QLDRegistered User regular
    edited August 2008
    SWVoodoo wrote: »
    None of you have diablo 2?

    It's possible people don't want to go to the effort of listing out every single file.

    I'm kinda thinking there should be a way to get your CD-key from a currently installed copy. You could look into that, and then download the game from blizzards website.

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    Cynic JesterCynic Jester Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    Yeah, plenty of ways to dig out your key from the MPQ files. Just make sure whatever key-finder you decide to use doesn't come with unwanted guests.

    Also, many mods will replace the d2patch file, so you might have to reinstall in any case.

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    SWVoodooSWVoodoo __BANNED USERS regular
    edited August 2008
    Hey a few screen shots would work I mean anyway someone could do that would be awsome. I know I can grab my cd keys with a prog but I'd rather not have to dl the entire game again. Also no I wont need to reinstall I've got this all in a back up folder.

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    TrentusTrentus Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    Okay, so I was bored in one of my lectures today, and was reading this and thought that it might be a good opportunity for me to polish up on my VB scripting a little. So after 20 minutes (most of which was trying to figure out how to make the output look a bit nicer and easier to read) I ended up with this (spoilered for being kinda big)
    'What: Outputs the contents of the directory it is currently being run 
    '      from to a text file named DirectoryTree.txt. Recurses through
    '      all subfolders of the working directory.
    'Note: The script and the output file will appear in the directory tree
    '      so you may want to edit them out once it is finished.
    
    set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
    strFolder = objFSO.GetParentFolderName(WScript.ScriptFullName)
    set tree = objFSO.CreateTextFile(strFolder & "\DirectoryTree.txt", True)
    
    set objFolder = objFSO.GetFolder(strFolder)
    tree.WriteLine(objFolder.Name & "\")
    
    set colFiles = objFolder.Files
    for each objFile in colFiles
        tree.WriteLine("|   " & objFile.Name)
    next
    
    RecurseSubFolders "+---", "|   ", objFolder
    
    sub RecurseSubFolders(indent, indent2, objFolder)
        set colFolders = objFolder.SubFolders
        for each objSubFolder in colFolders
            tree.WriteLine(indent & objSubFolder.Name & "\")
            set colFiles = objSubFolder.Files
            for each objFile in colFiles
                tree.WriteLine(indent2 & "|   " & objFile.Name)
            next
            RecurseSubFolders indent2 & "+---", indent2 & "|   ", objSubFolder
        next
    end Sub
    

    Some sample output (just my etc/ folder from my cygwin install), again, spoilered cos it's kinda big.
    etc\
    |   bash.bashrc
    |   DirectoryTree.txt
    |   DIR_COLORS
    |   group
    |   hosts.lnk
    |   listfolder.vbs
    |   networks.lnk
    |   passwd
    |   profile
    |   protocols.lnk
    |   services.lnk
    |   termcap
    +---alternatives\
    |   |   .keep-alternatives
    +---defaults\
    |   +---etc\
    |   |   |   bash.bashrc
    |   |   |   cygserver.conf
    |   |   |   DIR_COLORS
    |   |   |   profile
    |   |   +---profile.d\
    |   |   +---skel\
    |   |   |   |   .bashrc
    |   |   |   |   .bash_profile
    |   |   |   |   .inputrc
    |   +---usr\
    |   |   +---share\
    |   |   |   +---misc\
    |   |   |   |   |   man.conf
    +---postinstall\
    |   |   00ash.sh.done
    |   |   00bash.sh.done
    |   |   base-files-mketc.sh.done
    |   |   base-files-profile.sh.done
    |   |   bzip2.sh.done
    |   |   coreutils.sh.done
    |   |   cygwin-doc.sh.done
    |   |   findutils.sh.done
    |   |   man.sh.done
    |   |   passwd-grp.sh.done
    |   |   tar.sh.done
    |   |   terminfo.sh.done
    |   |   update-info-dir.sh.done
    |   |   which.sh.done
    +---preremove\
    |   |   base-files-manifest.lst
    |   |   base-files.sh
    |   |   bash-manifest.lst
    |   |   coreutils-manifest.lst
    |   |   coreutils.sh
    |   |   cygwin-doc.sh
    |   |   man-manifest.lst
    |   |   man.sh
    +---profile.d\
    |   |   00bash.csh
    |   |   00bash.sh
    +---setup\
    |   |   alternatives.lst.gz
    |   |   ash.lst.gz
    |   |   base-files.lst.gz
    |   |   base-passwd.lst.gz
    |   |   bash.lst.gz
    |   |   bzip2.lst.gz
    |   |   coreutils.lst.gz
    |   |   crypt.lst.gz
    |   |   cygutils.lst.gz
    |   |   cygwin-doc.lst.gz
    |   |   cygwin.lst.gz
    |   |   editrights.lst.gz
    |   |   findutils.lst.gz
    |   |   gawk.lst.gz
    |   |   grep.lst.gz
    |   |   groff.lst.gz
    |   |   gzip.lst.gz
    |   |   installed.db
    |   |   last-action
    |   |   last-cache
    |   |   last-connection
    |   |   last-mirror
    |   |   less.lst.gz
    |   |   libbz2_1.lst.gz
    |   |   libiconv2.lst.gz
    |   |   libintl3.lst.gz
    |   |   libintl8.lst.gz
    |   |   libncurses8.lst.gz
    |   |   libpcre0.lst.gz
    |   |   libpopt0.lst.gz
    |   |   libreadline6.lst.gz
    |   |   login.lst.gz
    |   |   man.lst.gz
    |   |   rebase.lst.gz
    |   |   run.lst.gz
    |   |   sed.lst.gz
    |   |   tar.lst.gz
    |   |   termcap.lst.gz
    |   |   terminfo.lst.gz
    |   |   texinfo.lst.gz
    |   |   timestamp
    |   |   tzcode.lst.gz
    |   |   which.lst.gz
    |   |   _update-info-dir.lst.gz
    +---skel\
    |   |   .bashrc
    |   |   .bash_profile
    |   |   .inputrc
    

    It's not really the prettiest thing ever, but I'm pretty happy with it. Also, I am aware that you could just copy and paste the results from a tree /f in the command prompt, but it only lets you scroll up so far. The script allows you to view large trees in their entirety (Unless there's some way to do it via the command line that I don't know of, which is probably likely and would make me writing this pretty redundant).

    So if someone wants to run this against their D2 directory (apparently I don't have it installed anywhere, and my disks are at home) and give this dude the results, go for it. And if you don't, well at least I had some fun.

    Trentus on
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    DeathwingDeathwing Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    Also no I wont need to reinstall I've got this all in a back up folder.

    If you have a clean copy of the game in a backup folder, then:

    Go into your current D2 install, copy the folder(s) with your saved characters to somewhere else. Copy & paste the entire contents of the backup folder into the current D2 folder, let it replace everything - as someone has said already, many (all?) mods don't add extra files, they modify the existing ones.

    After the paste, copy the saves folder back, run the game, and connect to Battle.net once so you get the latest patch. Problem solved. I've done this a couple times myself when i've screwed up.

    If there are any extra files by some chance, just open up the backup folder and the current install side-by-side and do a simple visual comparison - there aren't that many files, any extras should be very apparent.

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    SWVoodooSWVoodoo __BANNED USERS regular
    edited August 2008
    Yeah that wont work. The backup file is just so when I'm trying to figure out which files arent supposed to be there I don't destroy my game. Also mods do add files and so do alot of other things I've gotten in to.

    Why wont anyone do this it's maybe 25 files if not less? Here I'll write a list of what I have and you can pick out what doesn't belong.

    Folder
    Backup Folder
    Support Folder
    Save Folder
    .exe
    BNUpdate
    D2VidTst
    D2Loader-1.12 - ignore
    Diablo II
    Game
    .dll
    binkw32
    bnclient
    D2client
    D2CMP
    D2Common
    D2CustomTbl
    D2DDraw
    D2Direct3D
    D2Extra
    D2Game
    D2Gdi
    D2gfx
    D2Glide
    D2Lang
    D2Launch
    D2MCPClient
    D2Multi
    D2Net
    D2Sound
    D2Win
    Fog
    ijl11
    SmackW32
    Storm
    .DAT
    bncache
    bncache-2120
    bncache-3372
    .LNG
    D2
    .MPQ
    d2char
    d2data
    d2exp
    d2music
    d2sfx
    d2speech
    D2XMUSIC
    d2xtalk
    D2XVIDEO
    patch_d2
    Reg Entries
    Default

    Please don't post with a suggestion of another way to get this done. Either post your files or comments on these files.

    Also, thanks guy for writing that script now someone run it!

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    DaenrisDaenris Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    SWVoodoo wrote: »
    Yeah that wont work. The backup file is just so when I'm trying to figure out which files arent supposed to be there I don't destroy my game. Also mods do add files and so do alot of other things I've gotten in to.

    Care to explain why it won't work? Seems to me like a perfectly reasonable solution. As was mentioned, some mods make changes to existing files, not just creating new ones (though they may do that as well). So if you have a file that's been edited it's quite possible it won't work with whatever mod you're trying to add.

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    SWVoodooSWVoodoo __BANNED USERS regular
    edited August 2008
    I don't have a clean copy of that game in a backup folder. It's a copy of what I have currently so I wouldn't mess up what I have right now when I try to install mods.

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    AtomBombAtomBomb Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    I don't know if it's just your personality not coming through well or what, but to me you're coming off as quite a dick. You've already gotten a lot of great help, and I think you'd get more if you tried to be nicer/more appreciative.

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    DeathwingDeathwing Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    Please don't post with a suggestion of another way to get this done. Either post your files or comments on these files.

    As Daenaris, myself, and others have said now....lots of mods make changes to the base files (patch_d2 almost certainly, and probably others), so there is more than likely no way to remove all your mods without doing a reinstall.

    You might (MIGHT) be able to just delete patch_d2, then re-run the latest patch from Blizzard and be clear if you're lucky...It's been a long time since I messed with any of that, and I have no idea if that'll work for sure.

    Frankly, nobody is getting too excited about giving you help because you're coming across as a bit lazy and rather unpleasant - you've gotten a few different ways to solve the problem already, but you seem upset that it's going to involve more than just tapping delete a few times.

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    SWVoodooSWVoodoo __BANNED USERS regular
    edited August 2008
    Yeah I've been trying not to be a dick as much as possible but every post I've done in this thread asks for someone just to list their d2 files. Also every suggestion you guys have given me I can't do. Can't reinstall I don't have the cds, I tried looking through the reg and finding the cd key, and I really dont want to download something to find my cd key.

    I even made it easy for someone to just compare their files to mine. Yes I am trying to make this as simple as possible why wouldnt I?

    So can someone just post their files or compare to mine?

    Edit. Look some dude just wrote a script that one of you could easily run.

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    DaenrisDaenris Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    SWVoodoo wrote: »
    Yeah I've been trying not to be a dick as much as possible but every post I've done in this thread asks for someone just to list their d2 files. Also every suggestion you guys have given me I can't do. Can't reinstall I don't have the cds, I tried looking through the reg and finding the cd key, and I really dont want to download something to find my cd key.

    I even made it easy for someone to just compare their files to mine. Yes I am trying to make this as simple as possible why wouldnt I?

    So can someone just post their files or compare to mine?

    Edit. Look some dude just wrote a script that one of you could easily run.

    Yes... and as several people here are trying to explain, just deleting the files that don't belong is very possibly not going to be good enough, because other files that are supposed to be there may have been edited from their original state by some of the mods you've installed. So when the next mod you install tries to patch them it's going to fail because it's expecting an unmodified file. Your best option is going to be to find the CD key and download/reinstall from scratch so you are sure you have a clean install with no mods. At that point you should make a backup of the installed files so you can replace them later on if need be.

    I'm at work, and don't currently have my Diablo 2 installed at home, so can't give you a list of files. Sorry.

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    DeathwingDeathwing Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    So can someone just post their files or compare to mine?

    You're not getting it - someone posting their file list isn't going to help you. I'm not at home right now, but offhand (and with a couple Google searches), every single file in the list you posted is always there except for D2Loader and possibly D2CustomTbl.

    Yet again, It is almost 100% certain that one or more of the base files have been altered, which is going to leave you SOL without a reinstall or some sort of uninstaller from the mod maker.
    and I really dont want to download something to find my cd key.

    Whether you want to or not, this+reinstall is probably your only option other than buying new CDs.
    So can someone just post their files or compare to mine?

    Edit. Look some dude just wrote a script that one of you could easily run.

    Some of us are at work and don't have access to our gaming PCs. And for the umpteenth time, it probably wouldn't help you at all anyway.

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    SWVoodooSWVoodoo __BANNED USERS regular
    edited August 2008
    Look if you knew for a fact it wasn't going to help me I'd understand you getting upset with me asking so much but you don't. So stop acting like I'm irritating you. This is why I said either post the files or comment on the ones here.

    If it was that easy for you to find it on Google why don't you throw me a link to this site.

    Also I realize this may not help so telling me this for the umpteenth time isn't going to help. Now that I think about it, I've never installed any mods it's just been loader and loader based programs.

    I also tried running a copy of Diablo in a separate folder one file at a time, which didn't work. This also takes forever because of the time it takes to copy the .mpq files to another folder.

    Thanks for the help and suggestions but if you could just answer the original question that'd be nice.

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    holycrapawalrusholycrapawalrus Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    Download the .iso files and use DaemonTools to mount them and install it, you lazy prick. H/A is a privilege, not a right. Don't be a dick.

    If you're too lazy to do that, do the legal thing and buy the damned game. It's not exactly expensive anymore and you can buy it from the online Blizzard store. You've already gotten plenty of help, as stated before.

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    sinnsinn Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    Trentus wrote: »
    Okay, so I was bored in one of my lectures today, and was reading this and thought that it might be a good opportunity for me to polish up on my VB scripting a little. So after 20 minutes (most of which was trying to figure out how to make the output look a bit nicer and easier to read) I ended up with this (spoilered for being kinda big)
    'What: Outputs the contents of the directory it is currently being run 
    '      from to a text file named DirectoryTree.txt. Recurses through
    '      all subfolders of the working directory.
    'Note: The script and the output file will appear in the directory tree
    '      so you may want to edit them out once it is finished.
    
    set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
    strFolder = objFSO.GetParentFolderName(WScript.ScriptFullName)
    set tree = objFSO.CreateTextFile(strFolder & "\DirectoryTree.txt", True)
    
    set objFolder = objFSO.GetFolder(strFolder)
    tree.WriteLine(objFolder.Name & "\")
    
    set colFiles = objFolder.Files
    for each objFile in colFiles
        tree.WriteLine("|   " & objFile.Name)
    next
    
    RecurseSubFolders "+---", "|   ", objFolder
    
    sub RecurseSubFolders(indent, indent2, objFolder)
        set colFolders = objFolder.SubFolders
        for each objSubFolder in colFolders
            tree.WriteLine(indent & objSubFolder.Name & "\")
            set colFiles = objSubFolder.Files
            for each objFile in colFiles
                tree.WriteLine(indent2 & "|   " & objFile.Name)
            next
            RecurseSubFolders indent2 & "+---", indent2 & "|   ", objSubFolder
        next
    end Sub
    

    Some sample output (just my etc/ folder from my cygwin install), again, spoilered cos it's kinda big.
    etc\
    |   bash.bashrc
    |   DirectoryTree.txt
    |   DIR_COLORS
    |   group
    |   hosts.lnk
    |   listfolder.vbs
    |   networks.lnk
    |   passwd
    |   profile
    |   protocols.lnk
    |   services.lnk
    |   termcap
    +---alternatives\
    |   |   .keep-alternatives
    +---defaults\
    |   +---etc\
    |   |   |   bash.bashrc
    |   |   |   cygserver.conf
    |   |   |   DIR_COLORS
    |   |   |   profile
    |   |   +---profile.d\
    |   |   +---skel\
    |   |   |   |   .bashrc
    |   |   |   |   .bash_profile
    |   |   |   |   .inputrc
    |   +---usr\
    |   |   +---share\
    |   |   |   +---misc\
    |   |   |   |   |   man.conf
    +---postinstall\
    |   |   00ash.sh.done
    |   |   00bash.sh.done
    |   |   base-files-mketc.sh.done
    |   |   base-files-profile.sh.done
    |   |   bzip2.sh.done
    |   |   coreutils.sh.done
    |   |   cygwin-doc.sh.done
    |   |   findutils.sh.done
    |   |   man.sh.done
    |   |   passwd-grp.sh.done
    |   |   tar.sh.done
    |   |   terminfo.sh.done
    |   |   update-info-dir.sh.done
    |   |   which.sh.done
    +---preremove\
    |   |   base-files-manifest.lst
    |   |   base-files.sh
    |   |   bash-manifest.lst
    |   |   coreutils-manifest.lst
    |   |   coreutils.sh
    |   |   cygwin-doc.sh
    |   |   man-manifest.lst
    |   |   man.sh
    +---profile.d\
    |   |   00bash.csh
    |   |   00bash.sh
    +---setup\
    |   |   alternatives.lst.gz
    |   |   ash.lst.gz
    |   |   base-files.lst.gz
    |   |   base-passwd.lst.gz
    |   |   bash.lst.gz
    |   |   bzip2.lst.gz
    |   |   coreutils.lst.gz
    |   |   crypt.lst.gz
    |   |   cygutils.lst.gz
    |   |   cygwin-doc.lst.gz
    |   |   cygwin.lst.gz
    |   |   editrights.lst.gz
    |   |   findutils.lst.gz
    |   |   gawk.lst.gz
    |   |   grep.lst.gz
    |   |   groff.lst.gz
    |   |   gzip.lst.gz
    |   |   installed.db
    |   |   last-action
    |   |   last-cache
    |   |   last-connection
    |   |   last-mirror
    |   |   less.lst.gz
    |   |   libbz2_1.lst.gz
    |   |   libiconv2.lst.gz
    |   |   libintl3.lst.gz
    |   |   libintl8.lst.gz
    |   |   libncurses8.lst.gz
    |   |   libpcre0.lst.gz
    |   |   libpopt0.lst.gz
    |   |   libreadline6.lst.gz
    |   |   login.lst.gz
    |   |   man.lst.gz
    |   |   rebase.lst.gz
    |   |   run.lst.gz
    |   |   sed.lst.gz
    |   |   tar.lst.gz
    |   |   termcap.lst.gz
    |   |   terminfo.lst.gz
    |   |   texinfo.lst.gz
    |   |   timestamp
    |   |   tzcode.lst.gz
    |   |   which.lst.gz
    |   |   _update-info-dir.lst.gz
    +---skel\
    |   |   .bashrc
    |   |   .bash_profile
    |   |   .inputrc
    

    It's not really the prettiest thing ever, but I'm pretty happy with it. Also, I am aware that you could just copy and paste the results from a tree /f in the command prompt, but it only lets you scroll up so far. The script allows you to view large trees in their entirety (Unless there's some way to do it via the command line that I don't know of, which is probably likely and would make me writing this pretty redundant).

    So if someone wants to run this against their D2 directory (apparently I don't have it installed anywhere, and my disks are at home) and give this dude the results, go for it. And if you don't, well at least I had some fun.

    As you suspected a simple "tree /f /a > DirectoryTree.txt" gets you the exact same results. But still, it's good VB practice.

    sinn on
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    DeathwingDeathwing Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    Look if you knew for a fact it wasn't going to help me I'd understand you getting upset with me asking so much but you don't.

    Maybe you missed the part where both of us said we were at work. What, exactly, happened to your original CDs anyway? Did you even buy the game in the first place?

    You seem to be a mite too reluctant to just dig out your keys and download for someone that actually has a legit copy, unless you're on an ancient dialup - which if that is the case, you should have mentioned right after the first time someone suggested it. You could have had the game downloaded a few times over by now.
    So stop acting like I'm irritating you.

    You're being a jerk, sorry.
    If it was that easy for you to find it on Google why don't you throw me a link to this site.

    You can just Google the filename(s), and make inferences from the resulting pages which is all I did. If I had a link to a file list I could give you, I would have posted it a couple hours ago and avoided this whole lovely back-and-forth, believe me.
    Thanks for the help and suggestions but if you could just answer the original question that'd be nice.

    We already did. Even the D2Loader program requires replacing a base EXE file, so unless you kept clean backups, you continue to be SOL without doing a reinstall or otherwise getting an original file. This will not change no matter how much you complain about it.

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    SWVoodooSWVoodoo __BANNED USERS regular
    edited August 2008
    Download the .iso files and use DaemonTools to mount them and install it, you lazy prick. H/A is a privilege, not a right. Don't be a dick.

    If you're too lazy to do that, do the legal thing and buy the damned game. It's not exactly expensive anymore and you can buy it from the online Blizzard store. You've already gotten plenty of help, as stated before.

    Lol don't get too mad.
    SWVoodoo wrote: »
    Thanks for the help and suggestions but if you could just answer the original question that'd be nice.
    SWVoodoo wrote: »
    Anyone have a list of the Diablo 2 exp files. No mods no add-ons. I'm trying to install a mod but it requires there be no add-on files and or other mods, which I have a shit ton of.

    So you googled the filename and found the list but you cant give me the link.

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    DeathwingDeathwing Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    So you googled the filename and found the list but you cant give me the link.

    I didn't find a full list, you lazy git. I Googled "D2CustomTbl" and inferred from looking at the pages about installing some random mod that came up that it might not be part of the default install, but I wasn't sure.

    You've gotten several perfectly workable solutions already, but if you don't want to take the advice...You're the one that installed a "shit ton" of mods without backing up anything and no apparent idea about what they changed, so have fun figuring it out, i'm done :lol:

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    SWVoodooSWVoodoo __BANNED USERS regular
    edited August 2008
    Are all of you fucking women? Aww I'm not being nice poor baby grow a pair you puss. I gave you a simple request and most of you gave me something I didn't ask for or it was something I couldn't do. Example someone says I should torrent the game which I can't because I've no space on this comp and I would lose the keys. I asked you the same question in every post. So sorry for being so lazy?

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    holycrapawalrusholycrapawalrus Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    YOU are asking US for help, you idiot. Not being a complete dick would probably get you alot more help.

    Anyways, your CD keys can be found in your install folder somewhere, I forget where. We didn't know you had no space on your computer, you never mentioned it. Other dude explicitly mentioned that he DID NOT find a full list of the files, he just googled a couple of the filenames. Go google it yourself and figure it out.

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    ApexMirageApexMirage Registered User regular
    edited August 2008
    Here's a guide to restoring your install to its original state:

    Thanatos Edit: Nice RickRoll. Hope it was worth it.

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