Click "Downloads", and wait until you see the words "Complete" by any and all addons downloaded -- They're now installed! All that's left to do is load up your World of Warcraft client, log in with your normal username and password, and get to your server screen.On this screen, there's an important button in the bottom left corner with the text "Add Ons". On this screen, make sure any and all addons you wish to use are clicked with an arrow. I copied the urls I found in the logs ( I think there is only one).I accepted then deleted the whole file located in Program Data, restarted the installation and it worked. I copied the urls I found in the logs ( I think there is only one).After a reasonable hiatus from Blizzard games, I have decided to reinstall Diablo 3.I used to have it installed and working on this machine and removed my previous install using Add/Remove Programs.When you find an addon you like, just click “Install” and the Client will begin downloading the files for you!
Please note this Operating System is NOT supported, however users have found a way to install wow.For whatever reason, Internet Explorer (which I never use) was set to "work offline".For whatever reason, with Internet Explorer set to work offline, the Diablo 3 installer was failing to do anything other than time out.Note that as World of Warcraft is always being updated and patched, the addon authors need to update accordingly with these changes.If you have an addon that hasn't been updated yet to reflect these changes, be sure to have "Load out of Date Addons" checked.I disabled "work offline" by unchecking "Work Offline" in the file menu (available by pressing the First of all, if your behind a router you should make sure that the ports are set as recommended by Blizzard.