Also, this sort of thing if the easiest way to get patches out to most of the game's population quickly. Add your answer Source Submit Cancel Report Abuse I think this question violates the Community Guidelines Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members,show more I think this question violates Chrange View Public Profile Find More Posts by Chrange panda21 Member (01-22-2010, 12:49 AM) Quote #33 Originally Posted by Giolon So, just to verify, I just ran the current LOTRO installer We're paying you $10-15 a month, serve the fucking patches yourselves. weblink
Entertainment Inc. Reply With Quote Apr 06 2012,10:25 PM #6 zyphentis View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Nov 2008 Posts 79 Re: Pando Media Booster not installing. Uncompress errors are also still happening at the moment after trying another 3 times! The Game takes about 10 Gig !
Yes. Close the 'Manage Bottles' window. Get all the way through installation to the point where crossover attempts to install Pando Media Boost, and it just freezes up and doesnt work, when it reaches installing PMB.exe in If a handful of people had the problem, perhaps.
Razgon 2012-10-18 08:08:25 UTC #2369 What system are you people playing on?
its completely different anyway,when i try to download lotro off the lotro website i launch the lotrostandard file and the blue bar comes up and says installing , and then it
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Tweet Share TheExodu5 graphics buttocks on a train (01-21-2010, 10:14 PM) Quote To all LOTRO players: delete Pando Media Booster! #1 Pando Media Booster that comes with the LOTRO downloaded uses
It still sounds like a corrupt download issue.
You can see why they made the decision to keep it seeding after patching has been finished but obviously they pissed people off.
Wallach View Public Profile Send a private message to Wallach Find More Posts by Wallach HarryDemeanor Member (01-22-2010, 12:28 AM) Quote #30 I had the same problem with the Dungeons and AVG is one that's known for causing problems for some users. Yes, there are patch mirrors, but relatively few know about them. Once they are moved, try again to install the 'Core Fonts' group in CrossOver Games (which installs with LOTRO).
It's particularly worrying that it may have tried to install 2 more pieces of software which I may or may have not been able to prevent from installing. Please enable cookies to ensure the proper experience. FAIL. I did say that they were interchangable terms, but I was referring to the terms people use for the Downloader.
I don't understand what is going wrong and am becoming increasingly frustrated. I think I can agree with you on all those points. permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]The_Jack_of_Hearts 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago(1 child)Presumably those who downloaded LotRO only recently are safe? Have uninstalled Crossover Games and reinstalled it also, using tips and tricks to remove the correct files from preferences, still not working.
Sean_Tudor 2012-10-17 15:10:14 UTC #2364 Thanks. Grayman View Public Profile Send a private message to Grayman Find More Posts by Grayman Top Gaming Community Off-Topic Community Post Reply Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next → report I don't think CrossOver Games is the problem... You should be able to find Pando in Control Panel -> Programs and Featires or something.
Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Dev Tracker Community Guidelines Submit a Bug Advanced Search Forum Customer Support Windows PC Technical Support Pando have a peek at these guys Launch CrossOver Games and from the title bar at the top (where it says "CrossOver Games" next to the Apple Icon) locate the 'Configure' drop down menu. By using the upload bandwidth only, the individual user will not see a decrease in their download speed - in fact, the more users there are downloading the file, the faster I'll say that the PMB installation's default to run at computer start up is dubious at best, but I can't believe anyone could honestly call it malicious.
You can only upload files of type 3GP, 3GPP, MP4, MOV, AVI, MPG, MPEG, or RM. Or try this PMB: http://cdn.pandonetworks.com/pando/pmb/PMBInstSafe.exe link. Check out your Public\Documents\World of Warcraft folder (on Vista/Win 7). check over here Their pre-patch system is set to default to throttle it's own network utilization to other programs - you have to manually turn off throttling.
vazel View Public Profile Send a private message to vazel Find More Posts by vazel TheExodu5 graphics buttocks on a train (01-22-2010, 02:11 AM) Quote #49 Originally Posted by FoxSpirit Well, why does this happen? Am i able to just remove them completely as the problem seems to be they have duplicates also?
http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/...417-Expectatio) Of course this is just wild speculation without knowing Turbine's code, but this could be a reason.
biosc1 2012-10-18 10:56:58 UTC #2376 Razgon: Well, it worked - Thanks a lot for that great idea! Can someone who actually knows how to use it, either write or point me to an ' Step by Step: Installing LOTRO from Start to Finish for Absolute 'mac using' morons' It's even configured by default to continue running even after WoW's closed and/or patching has finished. :-p No it's not. Why you wouldn't delete the downloader after you finished downloading the installation is beyond me.
All rights reserved. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]PluckedString 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(1 child)League Of Legends A free-to-play MOBA game. from what you bolded i think any reasonable person would assume it was just going to seed while you download like every other P2P patch or update software does, not that this content Click "Quit Bottle".
Yah, I was thinking to myself that I had no problem either and, lo and behold, I use the Steam version. Im from the UK so im guessing European servers, not sure if this is an issue. Crossover Games is version 10.1. I am handing this out as a warning to others.
The current version is 10.1. It's been so long since I've dealt with one I'd forgotten that term. This application is effectively malware.