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Old 05-16-2007, 03:45 PM   #1

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Duke connector probelms..
Earlier today me and my friend where playing Duke 3D on duke connect now when I try to start again it just hangs on waiting for players. I restarted my PC and duke connect and so did he..what's going on? and
On nuclear winter we try to do co-op but when we get to "Where it all began" he spawns on top of me and we can't play it..what's going on? please help.

edit:I got the game to work but im still having problems with nuclear winter co-op.
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Old 05-16-2007, 05:52 PM   #2

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Re: Duke connector probelms..
There might be something blocking the .exe. If you're just playing with two people Hamachi works very well - although me and Sang use it since that's the only thing that works. If it's worked a lot in the past then it's probably just a small problem that you need to fix.

For NWinter it sounds like they didn't place coop startpoints - wouldn't surprise me since NWinter was rather poor (well it was fun to play but the author(s) were rather lazy since it includes ripped textures and the first two levels are complete rips from the original Duke3d)
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Old 05-16-2007, 05:57 PM   #3

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Re: Duke connector probelms..
yeah the First level works fine but it's the levels onwards. It'd be fun to play coop in NW. Blasting snowmen
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