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N3tRunn3r

C&C95 via Network with WIN XP x64 bit

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Well...

a mate is running a XP x64 bit machine.

He cannot install the Westwood Chat client for C&C95.

If i host a C&C95 game via hamachi and/or Westwood Chat and/or via kali he either cannot run Westwood Chat or he cannot connect to to my hosted server for C&C95. As well...: hamachi is working for him.

 

Isnt Win XP x64bit compatible with the C&C95 network?

 

Red Alert works fine for him, for online play and via network... like kali.net!

 

Any ideas?

 

I tried much something with him to get C&C95 running via network, but.... something is wrong.

I think his system is the failure!

 

Please help! :wallbash:

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All I can say is change the OS to Windows XP Professional SP2 x32 bit, Then it will work.

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Hey its me the one thats having this problem but, Netrunners CNC95 doesnt work for others, i am going to download the 1st decade and try that, i can also say i would get windows xp 32 bit, if i only had a patch for it to read that i have 4 gigs RA. It ONLY READS 3, WHERES THE OTHER 1 :([/color:3fj74n1d]

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rulebreaker.... my fullC&C95 is working fine... after testing C&C95/WWCHAT/HAMACHI with u, i tested with 2 other mates my FullC&C95 :arrow: works great on WWCHAT...

 

it is your x64bit system

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Rulebreaker, I recommend that you download the official freeware version of C&C95. On the of the places you can download it is http://www.fileplanet.com . See if it makes some change. ;)

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i have downloaded the official NOD and GDI cd which one do i use to install the game and please someone post a link so i can download up date patch, N3tRunn3r ive also got westwood chat installed using ur great full REDALERT when i click register i feel in the bits and it says server is down and i cant register pls help me on this :P THX[/color:fgqxklu5]

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U can pick one of the both cds to install the game ;)

If u c the 1.04/1.04a version on the bottom of the main menu of C&C95, u already have the latest patch installed. My FullC&C95 is at the latest version already as well... [1.04a]

 

Thx 4 using my FullRA303. :mrgreen:

well... but what do u mean with register?

u mean running the register.exe? If yes, dont run this to registrate yourself.... it is not working anymore...

Or do u mean to register yourself by the red alert internet-login-menu?

 

:arrow:If yes:

 

When Red Alert asks you to register yourself while u r inside of the login menu to the Internet of Red Alert... [u:pq5v1lon]click No![/u:pq5v1lon] So the registration by the WW Servers will be cancelled and u can easily put your name and a pass into the 2 fields, dont forget to apply the "Remember account" button. The XCC Servers/AWOS Servers will automatically recognize your account in future!

Thats all.

 

[u:pq5v1lon]Notice:[/u:pq5v1lon]

I gonna create a small tutorial for this with some pics, wanted to make it earlier.... but will be there soon :idea:

 

Well... U have also an other option:

U said u have already WWCHAT installed - WWCHAT is especially needed for C&C95 - run WWCHAT put your name and a pass into the 2 fields of WWCHAT, login and your account is saved for all C&C parts, except Generals and C&C3.

Simply login to Red Alert Internet Menu.

 

I hope i have rightly understood you O_O

 

Are u using the XWISC Tool?

If yes, run it and select "Reset WOL", cuz the AWOS' Red Alert Server is currently down... maybe thats why it tells you: the servers are down... hmmm.... try it out.

 

[i:pq5v1lon]Check this out for more informations about the XWISC Tool:[/i:pq5v1lon]

http://cnc-comm.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=67

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