LeagueofLegends.exe download issues.

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Mastadon

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02-16-2013

This just isn't working for me


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Mastadon

Member

02-16-2013

I figured it now. It is patching. Thanks for this!


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zerothehero539

Junior Member

02-16-2013

hi im trying to play some LoL but my downloader is stuck on 33% and doesnt want to move from there ive waited 10 minutes for it to load and it just stays at the same spot i already tried the link you had but it made no difference think you can helep me out?


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Fastu

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02-20-2013

I got a problem with the pvp.net patcher kernel what can I do?


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F14c0

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02-20-2013

thanks


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shockers lights

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02-20-2013

when all hope seemed lost thank you :')


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shockers lights

Junior Member

02-20-2013

man you had to do this on the day i finally got a computer good enough to run league. ive uninstalled restarted i get to the point where it says finish and the box to launch lol but it doesnt launch it and i click on it and i get this.....C:\Riot Games\League of Legends\lol.launcher.exe
need help


This application has failed to start because the application configuration is incorrect. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem.


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BŚwing

Junior Member

02-22-2013

Seriously i love you. idc if we are the same male. I wanna love you. gently.


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GrimDeath92

Junior Member

02-22-2013

Quote:
Originally Posted by duzstar View Post
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Windows 7 and Vista

1.Open the Start Menu
2.Open Control Panel
3.Select "Network and Internet"
4.Select "Network and Sharing Center"
5.Select "Change Adapter Settings" on the navigation bar on the left
6.Right click on your network adapter and select "Properties"
7.Select "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" and open Properties
8.Go to the bottom of the menu and change 'Obtain DNS server address automatically,' to 9.Use the following DNS server addresses:'
10.Put in the following public DNS servers, one in each empty field:
8.8.8.8
8.8.4.4
11.Save your changes by selecting "Ok"
12.Close all open web browsers and applications
13.Press Win+R to open the Run menu
14.Type cmd and press Enter to open the Command Prompt window
15.Type ipconfig /flushdns and press Enter.
16.Restart your computer
the guide for 7 and Vista isn't the same, vista maybe similar but i hit issues after control panel which skips step 3 (which i numbered for you) straight to 4 and then step 5 is unavailible so doesn't work.


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GrimDeath92

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02-22-2013

Quoting myself too bump my exact issue so i don't have to repost.

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