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Diablo 2 on MacBook


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On my MacBook I am trying to install Diablo 2. The issue is that when the installer is running it asks for the next CD but doesn't eject the current disk and because Diablo 2 is open I can't eject normally. Any help/ideas on how to complete the install would be appreciated.
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Hey, just fixed the issue. Registered my product key with Blizzard and downloaded the full game, no install needed.
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That's one of the disadvantages of having a slot drive. The only thing I can suggest is to use an external optical drive to install those games that require two CDs. I keep one around for that purpose.

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I've never had a problem installing Diablo 2. All of the computers that I've ever installed Diablo 2 on only had one optical drive. First you install the original Diablo 2 from the original Diablo 2 disk (which is a complete runnable install)...then you take the "Lord of Destruction" expansion disk, and update Diablo 2.

Diablo 2 was released in 2000...the Lord of Destruction expansion came out in 2001.

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