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Topic # 100610 14-Apr-2012 15:55
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Hi all,

I have been having trouble with my friends computer when we try and play titan quest online. When ever we try and play we can see each others game in the game lobby but when we try and connect we get unable to connect to server.?

If we are in the same house (her at mine or mine at hers it doesn't matter) we can connect to the same game even using the online feature. Other people can connect to my games but not to hers. ?I have set up the game to be allowed through the telecom modem but it did not make any difference.

Has anyone had this problem before or know of something we can do to fix it??

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  Reply # 609379 14-Apr-2012 18:54
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Have you correctly configured port forwarding in both routers?




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  Reply # 609466 15-Apr-2012 02:56
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It's a very buggy game because the developer closed down not long after it was released.

Try installing the fanpatch, solves lots of issues...
http://titanquest.wikia.com/wiki/Fanpatch

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