I go onto AOM TT and click multiplayer, online, and when I go to play, it says that I dont have the required version, even though my game is fully updated to V1.0. How do I fix this? I have done almost everything. i.e reinstalling it, manually downloading the patch straight into the game, clicking start-all programs ect, and it still doesnt work.
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Tekkit is the multiplayer form of the modpack Technic. Technic adds tons of mods to the game that make it more industrial. Some of the mods include buildcraft, industrial craft, redpower, Equivalent exchange and many more. Tekkit has less mods that technic do to some mods not having multiplayer compatibility. You can download the Technic launcher at technicpack.net
Dear dimitri, If the game fails to automatically update, download the manual patch here, and run the executable file. The program will update your game and you should then be able to play multiplayer online. Hope I helped. -Jacob
I'm sorry to say that the update may be the least of your problems. If you have the Xplosiv version as the picture indicates, your CD key will not be unique. Therefore you will not be able to log in to the online server without a rather large problem. Microsoft stopped making unique CD keys awhile ago. If you haven't solved the problem yet I hope this helps.
Apparently if you have an xplosiv/ubisoft version of the game the CD key will have already been used, you'll have to try and contact microsoft or whoever you bought it off and get another CD Key issued
as long as you dont have tonnes of huge games that are all like 6-7GBs you should be fine, the laptop you have was built to support alot of memory and can run most games excellently. as far as i know it should run like a charm and not slow down the laptop at all. by the way, what kind of virus protection do you have.
When you play online games it will usually require more system resources to power. Your processor also handles the data that is being sent and received during your online session. Some code for online games have more overhead than others. I do not believe that it has anything to do with your machine, but more the software and network overhead that the multiplayer game requires. If you notice that both single and multiplayer run on seperate executables...
Single Player = C:\Program Files\Activision\Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare\iw3sp.exe
Multiplayer = C:\Program Files\Activision\Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare\iw3mp.exe