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  1. In the registry: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Playnet\apps\appid1\instance1 PARAMS: -serverip $QUAD -serverport $PORT -serverotp $OTP -side $SESSIONID -window 1 Same on HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Playnet\apps\appid1\instance1
  2. The most common cause of the game crashing in Vista is soundcard drivers. ...especially if you have the "realtek HD Audio". Those drivers are here: http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsCheck.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=24&PFid=24&Level=4&Conn=3&DownTypeID=3
  3. It's the mouse not responding. It's the "compatibility mode" settings on the shortcut you use to launch the game. Right-click it and select Properties. Go to the Compatibility tab. First try it without any compatibility mode settings enabled. That's how it works for most people. However, some have to set a compatibility mode for it to work. Try them all, if none doesn't fix it.
  4. There are a few things to try in order to establish a more stable connection to the game. 1) Netcode2. Load the game, click on the Settings tab, select "Game and Application" on the left, enable Netcode2 on the right. Save Changes. 2) Connection Route. Same screen. Select the Network Route of Primary. Save Changes. This will require restarting the game. If you get a poor connection with Primary, try selecting Secondary. Save Changes and restart the game. 3) Uninstall the QoS Packet Scheduler: http://bloo.playnet.com/qos.htm If it continues to be an issue, what results do you get from the connection application: ftp://downloads.wwiionline.com/checknet4.zip - Gnasche
  5. Not sure why it hasn't been resolved yet. I'm physically about 600 miles away, but I emailed the proper people. You log into the game with the same username/password that you log into everything with (game, forum, account).
  6. This problem is not specific to your account. The authentication server for the game isn't seeing any changes to accounts (such as password changes or new accounts). The database has to be fixed when someone gets in Monday morning.
  7. It could also be this old bug: http://www.gnasche.com/ww2ol/support/joysticknowork.htm This bug may finally get fixed soon-ish.
  8. And UDP ports (same range) if you want to use Netcode2 (and you should).
  9. Uninstall the game and Playgate from Add/Remove Programs. Download and install the full install from here: http://www.wwiionline.com/scripts/wwiionline/downloads.jsp
  10. The only way that I know how to *fix* the ?authentication failed? error is to uninstall your current version, download and install the full game.
  11. No one in the forum is going to be able to help with this sort of billing problem. I do support for Playnet and even I can't help you. You need to fill out a ticket at http://support.playnet.com There is a very small number of people who can assist you with this.
  12. This is not possible. Each device on the network still needs it's own port in a router/switch. So, this product can only be used on the other side of a router. Also, it requires two splitters, one on each end. Here would be the normal configuration: internet - modem - router - two network cables - 1st splitter - one network cable - 2nd splitter - two network cables - two computers The use of these splitters is to allow the "one network cable" in the middle to carry the signal of two computers. It's useful if the "one network cable" is running through a wall and you don't want to run a second cable, or if the "one network cable" is extremely long and you don't want to buy another extremely long network cable. Each device still needs it's own port on a router/switch. Here's a better diagram: http://www.lanshack.com/splitter-diagram1.htm If you want both your computer and the wireless hub to have access to the internet, you'd need: internet - cable modem - wired router - PC and wireless hub
  13. Your system probably is not connecting to any FTP sites. 1) Start - Settings - Control Panel - Internet Options - Connections (tab) - LAN Settings (button). Check "Automatically Detect Settings". Click OK to everything. That should let you access the FTP server. 2) The built-in Windows firewall (or any other firewall) can also block your connection: http://bloo.playnet.com/xp_firewall.htm
  14. Reinstall the previous patch: ftp://downloads.wwiionline.com/wwiiol12841285.exe Then try the new one. If that doesn't work, download the full version: ftp://downloads.wwiionline.com/wwiiol0001285.exe
  15. There are a few things to try in order to establish a more stable connection to the game. 1) Netcode2. Load the game, click on the Settings tab, select "Game and Application" on the left, enable Netcode2 on the right. Save Changes. 2) Connection Route. Same screen. Select the Network Route of Primary. Save Changes. This will require restarting the game. If you get a poor connection with Primary, try selecting Secondary. Save Changes and restart the game. 3) Uninstall the QoS Packet Scheduler: http://bloo.playnet.com/qos.htm