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Mg1221

can't join any TANOA servers HELP PLEASE

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first time posting, but i did a search and couldn't find anything to help me with my problem.

so like the title states, i can't join any TANOA EXILE servers. when i join a server it goes to regular exile loading screen, but the Tanoa map panel is not displayed on the left and there is no red loading bar going across the top. after a few minutes i just get booted back to either main screen or server browser. no error message. Also, people in game in game only report me as "connecting" then "player disconnected" 

so far i have:

-re-downloaded all mods i need for the servers i'm trying to join

-verified integrity at least 5 times

-fiddled around with my launch params

-tried A3launcher, and steam launcher and adding mods in prameters

-reinstalling arma all together

 

i'm at a complete loss of what to do next if anyone can help it would most appreciated. below is a paste of my .rpt file from loading into a server from the Arma launcher  to exiting arma.

http://pastebin.com/gRE9T5rG

 

EDIT: this only happens with Tanoa maps, all others work fine

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Hello Mg1221,

Do this:

Start with using Bohemia's launcher - It works 100% of the time.

 

#1 - Try to join a NON-Tanoa Exile server which uses NO MODS

A - It fails, ARMA/Exile is 'bad' or crappy internet or traditional HDD is fragmented

B - It connects, go to #2

 

#2 - Connect to a Tanoa Exile server with NO MODS

A - It fails, ARMA/Exile is 'bad' or crappy internet or traditional HDD is fragmented

B - It connects, go to #3

 

#3 - Connect to other Tanoa Exile server with mods

A - Fails, bad/out-dated mods - get current mod or crappy internet or traditional HDD is fragmented

B - Connects, done

 

There is not too much left except hardware issues which could be many things.

 

You COULD try starting a SP session with the mods you will be using and then load the Tanoa map in (editor), move around for a few minutes, then use the built-in browser to connect to the server in question.  This does help as some things are now 'pre-loaded/cached'.

 

:)

 

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