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Topic # 26905 6-Oct-2008 22:55
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Trying to get this to work, one of my computers sees the other two computers but when trying to connect to there games the connection times out.

The other two computers wont even see each other or the computer that can see them.

Does anyone know what i can do to get this to work?




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  Reply # 169457 7-Oct-2008 00:23
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Original C&C? Using the free version released by EA? Enable IPX in the network card settings is what i had to do for RA1.



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  Reply # 169460 7-Oct-2008 01:42
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using Kanes Wrath




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  Reply # 169537 7-Oct-2008 11:46
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Woah, huge difference between "Command and Conquer" and "C&C3 Kanes Wrath". About 11 years in fact.
Not sure sorry, apart from check your firewall and make sure you're on the same workgroup, using the same patched version.



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  Reply # 169565 7-Oct-2008 13:15
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Tiberium Wars works, Kanes wrath doesnt.... weird.




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