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April 29, 2005 12:56:12 PM

Archived from groups: alt.games.diablo2 (More info?)

Was checking what day a certain date was using
the pc and accidently left it on that date.
Log on to my diablo account to find all my chars
with 'Expired' in red letters.It took me a moment
to realise what had happened so I corrected the date
again but the 'Expired' was still there.I then deleted
the files in the save directory that didnt help.Rebooted
didnt help.Went to put the clock right back and then saw
that id only corrrected the month but the year was still
ahead of the real time.After correcting the year the
'Expired'disappeared.

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May 3, 2005 2:32:25 AM

Archived from groups: alt.games.diablo2 (More info?)

sometimes people use that trick, but in reverse to un-expire recently
expired characters. they set the date back for when the characters were
good, log on and play them.

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"Keith" <keith@kconnell.freeserve.co.uk> wrote in message
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> Was checking what day a certain date was using
> the pc and accidently left it on that date.
> Log on to my diablo account to find all my chars
> with 'Expired' in red letters.It took me a moment
> to realise what had happened so I corrected the date
> again but the 'Expired' was still there.I then deleted
> the files in the save directory that didnt help.Rebooted
> didnt help.Went to put the clock right back and then saw
> that id only corrrected the month but the year was still
> ahead of the real time.After correcting the year the
> 'Expired'disappeared.
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