An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host
Trying to play Triple A today, but every time I log on, I get the following image
The game still acts like I can play though, so when I go to to join a game, it still acts normal until the game starts.
When I go to do anything in the game though, I receive this message and can see I was disconnected in the chat:
I'm really not sure why this is occurring- I have Triple A allowed for my firewall and I have never experienced this before. I tried reinstalling Triple A as well and I still get this result.
How do I fix this?
@hannibal21 is this a bot host?
@ubernaut yep bot host sorry should've specified that
@hannibal21 is anyone else experiencing this problem or just you?
@ubernaut myself and two others were trying to play earlier but I was the only one experiencing this.
It happened on every bot server we tried, and also happened when I tried to just play a game by myself connected to a bot server
@hannibal21 my next guess would be to restart computer and/or chancge connections to see if that made adifference
So I think the problem may have been my connection (was on ethernet). Switched connections and now good to go
Thanks for the help!
@hannibal21 glad i could help
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MY JAVA STORY
your problem is solved - i read that.
But I just want to let u know (or anybody else who will read this):
JAVA UPDATES can also be a solving solution. In August '21 I had a gaming day and my opponent and I had to start the game over 30 times...that was a hard thang. At least we both had the opinion that it JUST can happen while playing with (over) bots and a quite full lobby-traffic. So we both don't really care about that. But at least to quit, log in, play, quit, log in, play, and so on - is not very funny, isn't it? His connection was good, my connection was there.
In July '21 I got my first computer since 2015 (change of life that made me life with less electronics) and - of course - I was only running java from 2010 or even older (the laptop I got was new at this time).
So after that "gaming-odyssey" I had a quite smart thought:
A java-based game must probably have something to do with that java
which every computer has installed and "no one" doesn't use - like we maybe use the "vlc-player" or other programs.
After installing the newest java version - I never had any more problems - so far.
I guess that makes a computer: If you don't give "him" what "he" wants, "he" won't do what you want.
If that was bothering to you, well sorry than...