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How to authorize game client of starcraft 2 to play offline ,thank you
When I want to play the offline game,it's shown a massage saying that : connet to battle.net to authorize the game client.
I have done it once in one computer and want to do the same in another computer, It faills , my god, The first computer works however it is so lag I can not play because of the poor display card . The 2nd one doesn't as I forget the way how to make it work.
What can I do?
Help! help! help!
Edited by Raymond on 7/29/2010 9:32 PM PDT
I am having the same issue. I log on fine at home and can even play offline (except when i turn my computer off...so much for the 30 day capability!?). When I go to work (in the Aus outback) and try to log on with satellite it does not allow me to connect, as a result I cannot even play offline. (I am using a dell precision laptop, I am not changing computers at any stage).
If anyone knows how to overcome this it will be appreciated!
It means you have to login to the battlenet to authorize the game client
This seems to be true. If I put my second PC into sleep mode after I login in to B.net I am able to play it in offline mode. However, once I restart it won't allow me to play offline and I need to authorize the client again.
Additionally, I am glad to see that it is not only me that has this problem. I thought I was just "doin' it wrong"...
No its just that offline play is broken for most people. I can't even access offline play it doesn't authenticate for me.
And Daish, the message tells you to log in and authenticate, but when you do that every single time and it still doesn't work.....
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