LeagueofLegends.exe download issues.

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zsehaelax

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01-28-2013

^ that. All of it. I have spent the last 8 hours wasting my time trying everything. Please fix this RIOT.


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tealos

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01-28-2013

im having the same issue just like the rest and would like to play and its not allowing me.


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littlehoodlem

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01-28-2013

I am using a windows 8 computer and have been downloading League Of Legends all day, I cant get league to install, the install client won't come up, and it seems as though after i download League, I am missing a bunch of necisary files, what do i do?


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zsehaelax

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01-29-2013

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Originally Posted by zsehaelax View Post
^ that. All of it. I have spent the last 8 hours wasting my time trying everything. Please fix this RIOT.
14 hours, 6 downloads, fixed .net, all updates, everything i could possibly do with league. Finally get into a game, get in queue, 100% then it closes. Try to log back on and patcher kernel doesnt work again.

What am i supposed to do now?


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Shiny Teddy

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01-29-2013

Same problem....


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Rítz

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01-29-2013

I'm having the same problem, my LoL would not launch so I uninstalled hoping to re-download. However whenever I go to download from the exe it says there is something wrong and to check my internet connection or firewall. All is fine in those aspects, I can't find any way possible to download the client again, nothing works. (I am using windows 8)


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duzstar

Junior Member

01-29-2013

The League of Legends launcher uses server aliases that have problems connecting to some ISP default DNS servers. If your launcher never seems to start downloading a patch, you may want to change to public DNS servers in your network settings. Most often, this only applies to players outside of the US.

WARNING: Changing these settings can cause problems with your internet connection if you have specified network configurations for another purpose. Be prepared to revert to your old settings; save any information you are about to change.

Windows 8

Hit the Windows Key
Type "Control Panel"
Select "Network and Internet"
Select "Network and Sharing Center"
Select "Change Adapter Settings" on the navigation bar on the left
Right click on your network adapter and select "Properties"
Select "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" and open "Properties"
Go to the bottom of the menu and change ‘Obtain DNS server address automatically,’ to ‘Use the following DNS server addresses:’
Put in the following public DNS servers, one in each empty field:
8.8.8.8
8.8.4.4
Save your changes by selecting “Ok”
Close all open web browsers and applications
Hit the Windows Key
Right click anywhere
Click on "All Apps"
Right click "Command Prompt" and run as administrator
Type ipconfig /flushdns and press Enter.
Restart your computer
Windows 7 and Vista

Open the Start Menu
Open Control Panel
Select "Network and Internet"
Select "Network and Sharing Center"
Select "Change Adapter Settings" on the navigation bar on the left
Right click on your network adapter and select "Properties"
Select "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" and open Properties
Go to the bottom of the menu and change 'Obtain DNS server address automatically,' to 'Use the following DNS server addresses:'
Put in the following public DNS servers, one in each empty field:
8.8.8.8
8.8.4.4
Save your changes by selecting "Ok"
Close all open web browsers and applications
Press Win+R to open the Run menu
Type cmd and press Enter to open the Command Prompt window
Type ipconfig /flushdns and press Enter.
Restart your computer
Windows XP

Open the Start Menu
Open Control Panel
Open Network Connections
Right click on your network adapter and select “Properties”
Select “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” and open “Properties”
Go to the bottom of the menu and change ‘Obtain DNS server address automatically,’ to ‘Use the following DNS server addresses:’
Put in the following public DNS servers, one in each empty field:
8.8.8.8
8.8.4.4
Save your changes by selecting “Ok”
Close all open web browsers and applications
Press Win+R to open the Run menu
Type cmd and press Enter to open the Command Prompt window
Type ipconfig /flushdns and press Enter.
Restart your computer

i hope this helps ) it helped me


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acidburn11

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01-30-2013

none of this bs has worked for me.


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zSyndicatez

Junior Member

01-30-2013

whenever i press play in the beggining it just does nothing i keep dong this multiple time i even had to restart my compuer please fix the problem