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I recently opened my dusty box of old games and was excited to find my original CD keys for Diablo II and Diablo II Lord of Destruction. A helpful person on this site pointed out that I could enter my keys on battle.net and download a modern version of the game compatible with my OS. I did that, but now when the installer asks me for my CD key it mentions a 26 character key, and the key on my CD case is not nearly that long. I'm looking at the case and it's clearly a 16 digit sequence. Do I pad that with zeros, or is there somewhere else I can find the key I need?

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    Make sure you have registered the game to you battle.net account in order to convert your 16 digit key to a 26 digit key. – Krazer May 3 '12 at 14:55
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You can log in to battle net and go to

https://us.battle.net/account/management/

(eu or us shouldn't matter)

Click on Diablo II, you'll be taken to the page with the key(screenshot is in Italian, but that shouldn't be a problem):

Diablo key

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    Everybody bow to my 1337 MSPaint skillz !!1! – Kappei May 3 '12 at 16:24
  • Check for the screenshot, that's exactly what I needed. Thanks! – EBongo May 3 '12 at 17:59
  • Glad it helped :) – Kappei May 3 '12 at 18:04
  • Is that Italian? :D – deutschZuid May 3 '12 at 22:33
  • @JamesJiao Yup, what does it look like to you? – Kappei May 3 '12 at 23:30
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The key you want can be found under the details for that game in your account info on the battle.net website.

battle.net -> log in -> ACCOUNT (at the top) -> Diablo II

The GAME KEY will be visible on this page, as well as links to download the game.

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