CD Key In Use
by Myramong | 13/04/2011 16:39:27
I'm using the CD Key(s) that I originally installed the game with several years ago. I never sold them to anyone, and never had issues in the past with these keys. I registered these CD Keys with my battle.net account back when battle.net accounts were new.
I have some other CD Keys that a friend gave me for free when he quit a long time ago, I'd like to try installing with these keys instead of the ones I'm using now, but I don't see an option to change the CD Keys on my battle.net account, and I've lost my installation disks. The battle.net Diablo II install files use a 26 digit key, and thus I can't try my extra keys until they've been converted to the 26 digit version via linking them with battle.net.
Is it possible to change the key registered on my battle.net account (or convert my old keys to the new version)?
I hope that all makes sense
by Datth | 13/04/2011 17:34:56
You can try asking Billing (800-592-5499, Hours: 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. Pacific Time, seven days a week) but usually we do not remove them. It used to be that you can only register one key per game type. There was one point in time when Battle.net allowed more than one key of each type to be registered but I'm not sure if we removed it to behave like the old way.Tech Support/Billing
You can always make new Battle.net accounts to register those keys if needed, or have your friend register those keys under his own Battle.net account just in case he wants to play with you again.
For your own CD-Key though, you can try http://u
We can replace your old key with something else if you can send us that stuff.
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