I have this issue with Battle.net where I install it and it is connected to the internet until my internet crashes and after my internet is restored, Battle.net is not connected anymore (if there is a way to solve this (it’s probably my ISP), I would appreciate it but this isn’t the main problem of this Topic). I watched this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSF6He3ulAY&t=1s for help, but I had a few issues. At the beginning it says to uninstall your games but that’s only if you want nothing “Battle.net” on your computer. On one of the comments in the video it is said that I do not need to uninstall my games for Battle.net to be uninstalled. I would prefer to keep my games installed considering I have slow download speeds. Anyways, in the video, it tells you to go to the “Add or remove programs” setting and uninstall Battle.net and follow the process from there, so I did that and it said that it was uninstalling Battle.net. But, I didn’t check if it had uninstalled so proceeded as if it was uninstalled (even though I had started to uninstall it, saw that is was uninstalling in a window, then the window disappeared, thinking that it was uninstalled and that I was fine). The video then goes on to say that I need to right-click the Windows icon and click “Run” and then type “%appdata%” and delete the Battle.net folder. After that, I had to do the same process but this time type “%programdata%” and delete the Battle.net folder and Blizzard Entertainment folder. That’s all there is to the video. I then realized that something wasn’t right because when I went to the “Add or remove programs” setting again, I saw that Battle.net was still there. So I went to uninstall it again only it told me that Windows could not find ‘C:\ProgramData\Battle.net\Agent\Blizzard Uninstaller.exe’. Only problem is is that the Blizzard Uninstaller.exe was in the %programdata% Battle.net folder that I had deleted. At this point, I have no clue how to resolve this. I deleted the Battle.net folder on my local disk and still nothing. I had also went into the Recycle Bin and restored the most recent Battle.net and Blizzard Entertainment folders in %programdata%, but it still said that Windows could not find ‘C:\ProgramData\Battle.net\Agent\Blizzard Uninstaller.exe’.
I guess what I’m trying to ask is how do I restore the Battle.net and Blizzard Entertainment folders in my %programdata%?
Side note: when I turn my computer off then back on, my %appdata% Battle.net folder is still there even after I delete it. This also can periodically happen with the %programdata% Battle.net folder. I don’t know what this means.
I tried keeping this as straight forward as I could and told you everything that I have done to try to fix this. Perhaps I should have just came here immediately but now I know. If there is any resolution to this, I would greatly appreciate it as I am not the best with computer problems. If there is no resolution anyone can find, I would still appreciate it if you could tell me.