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  1. Darwarren

    Darwarren Count Count

    You may have been tripped up by a Java update. If the browser won't auto load Java, the banner prompt changes from "Play now" to "Download." Try the add-ons option in Firefox, selecting Java to "always allow."

    It could be something else, like conflicting programming in the Java Cache. Good luck.
     
  2. MagicMoon89

    MagicMoon89 Junior Expert

    I had the same problem when I first started using firefox. I had to download Java. If you ever have the issue pop up again, try uninstalling both Drakensang and Java and reinstalling them. This fixes the issue for me every time. Good luck!
     
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  3. noor1991

    noor1991 Someday Author

    Actually there is no problem in activating Java with me.

    As I said, I have uninstalled and reinstalled the three thing: Java, Firefox, and DSO. Non of these seem to help :(
     
  4. trakilaki

    trakilaki Living Forum Legend

    That is not enough.
    1. close the game and all browsers.
    2. Uninstall Java
    3. Go to C:\Users\User_Name\AppData\LocalLow\Sun ... and delete the whole Java folder . This step is essential .
    4. If you have specific game issues delete the DSOClient folder ... otherwise you don't have to.
    5. Install Java
    6. Start your browser and run the game
    7. don't forget to "allow' and "always remember" when asked for permission by Java

    note - use only browsers that still support NPAPI (i.e. Firefox)
    note 2 - you need Adobe Flash Player
    note 3 - Install 32bit Java version for 32bit Browser ... 64 bit version only for 64bit Browser (not 64 bit OS)
     
    Last edited: Feb 13, 2016
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  5. Perfect[IoN]1

    Perfect[IoN]1 Junior Expert

    did you delete your firefox cashe too
    also try leaving it on that screen for 5 mins come back and refresh, mayb its downloading something
     
  6. noor1991

    noor1991 Someday Author

    I appreciate your continuous help. I did this, unfortunately it didn't help. :(
    I did that, also waited for more than 5 minutes, it didn't help. :(
     
  7. trakilaki

    trakilaki Living Forum Legend

    Today?
    don't bother trying today ... nothing is working today. :D
     
  8. SonuJ2

    SonuJ2 Forum-Apprentice

    @noor1991 ,Mate can you verify your java on their official website...i cannot ,i am having the same problem :( .....Looks like we are on the same boat .
     
  9. bLaind

    bLaind Forum Baron

  10. noor1991

    noor1991 Someday Author

  11. MegaNuker

    MegaNuker Forum Ambassador


    OK looking at the pic you provided there are some things you can check out.

    1. ) Choose to disable Antivirus til next boot

    2.) Choose to disable firewall for 10 mins.

    3.) Check the taskmanager (show all users) for Dro_client.exe under details. If you see that kill it.

    4.) Start Firefox and try to run the game.
     
  12. razokh

    razokh Forum-Greenhorn

    Try this

    Press Win+R
    Show Run window, in textbox enter this command: CLEANMGR
    Show a maintenance clean
    Manager window. Active all checks and next procedure. Clear all, yes button.
    Reset your pc.

    PS: you account window ( user) must be Administrator.

    If not result this steps try this:

    1) restart windows and login in safe mode.
    2) uninstall mozilla firefox and restart
    3) install mozilla firefox from official site.

    Bye bye!
     
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  13. trakilaki

    trakilaki Living Forum Legend

    Don't do these steps as they are not related to your issue.
     
  14. razokh

    razokh Forum-Greenhorn

    ???

    Are you kidding???

    XD

    If you can't idea about technical assistance, not coment please...
     
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  15. trakilaki

    trakilaki Living Forum Legend

    Yes I was just kidding.
    Deleting backup files and restore points ... is actually a good idea. I am actually stunned why BP omitted these steps in their tech guide.
    Furthermore ... always enter Windows in safe mode when you need to uninstall your browser. And don't forget ... don't use cracked Firefox version ... which BTW is FREE and open-source app. Always download Firefox from the official site (like there is a need to download Firefox via torrent or similar).

    Listen to razokh because he has PhD in Technical Assistance ... in a local depot or a scrapyard.


     
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  16. TablaKing

    TablaKing Forum-Apprentice

    errr. mayday mayday....

    I used to be able to use Firefox to access and today it shows download game......the same for IE....

    Did this just became a non-browser game ?
     
  17. MegaNuker

    MegaNuker Forum Ambassador

    Check that java and flash are working and up todate.

    Can Google "check java" and "check flash".
     
  18. trakilaki

    trakilaki Living Forum Legend

    What MegaNuker said:
    plus ... read the solutions above and in the previous page.
     
  19. TablaKing

    TablaKing Forum-Apprentice

    thanks...just realised that my Java were uninstalled...must have missed clicked earlier.....

    sorry false alarm :)

    have a good day

    --MERGED--

    emm . . for some reason.... the same thing happened today and I have to rerun installation of Java....

    I wonder how that could have happened.... Could not be miss clicked ? and don't think my Antiviral treat JAva as a threat... any suggestions..?
     
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  20. noor1991

    noor1991 Someday Author

    Thank you all. Problem still occurs :(. I can see I will eventually need to reinstall OS to fix this.
     
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