When we both choose decks to play, it is connecting and shows this error after that.... One player got this message and second one has still connecting for ages , until restart game.....RidiculousName;n10283782 said:What exactly caused the error? Inviting a friend to a game, accepting an invite from a friend, something else?
Thanks i know CDP and their support very well. Still waiting for answer about my ticket from September , last year Anyway probably have to wait for another hot fix of hot fixed update, which been hot fixed......RidiculousName;n10286222 said:
Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling the game? Sometimes the updating process messes the game up a bit and completely reinstalling it can help.MadMathis;n10469052 said:Two updates on my above post:
1) I tried turning off Windows firewall and it made no difference.
2) I should have mentioned that for me, unlike the other posts I referenced, I almost never get disconnected during a game. The problem I described occurs when I'm milling, transmuting, or in the shop. Just now I played 10 games in a row with no trouble, opened two kegs, then got the internet crash somewhere between the shop and my collection.
Tried uninstall/reinstall today, and it gave me a different problem: Instead of the internet crash during collection management, the game itself crashed and I got a Windows "gwent.exe has stopped working" message. At least my internet seemed unaffected this time . . .devivre;n10470412 said:Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling the game?
I'd really suggest you contact support: https://www.playgwent.com/en/contact-supportMadMathis;n10477792 said:Tried uninstall/reinstall today, and it gave me a different problem: Instead of the internet crash during collection management, the game itself crashed and I got a Windows "gwent.exe has stopped working" message. At least my internet seemed unaffected this time . . .
Another detail I haven't added yet: You know the diamond shaped icon that pops up as a progress/loading indicator when Gwent is saving or transitioning? That's when my crashes always happen. Often it hangs on that progress diamond for a long time before it gives up and goes boom. It's as if Gwent and my PC do not communicate well during those transitions--like Gwent is trying so hard to send info that it clogs up my network and shuts the whole thing down for a minute.
Your internet connection might have some hiccups. Are you uploading or downloading anything? That can also sometimes cause problems.bitzurock;n10547072 said:Hi!
I kkep on getting Lost Connection message during the games. I am not disconnected for good but it delays the moves.
Can anyone tell me what might be the cause?