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  1. #41
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    Did you buy one of them through Steam?

    That is completely unbelievable that only one works. Yay UBI.
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    Unhappy Please

    Please help me with a problem. recently bought the game on Steam and when I want to find a fight says that the server is temporarily unavailable please try again later! I have tried many, many times!! Who knows a solution please tell me.
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    I have a similar problem and that FedExNinja
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    I have this error, I bought the game when it was on sale at 75% on Steam, deluxe version + dlc "Insurgency Pack" and continue with the error: S

    enfin I do not care who has the error if Ubisoft (most secure) or steam arregleis but we want it now, but menodos scammers!

    Sorry for my English I live in Spain hehe

    I put a post on tons of steam forums:
    http://forums.steampowered.com/forum....php?t=2493696
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    Angry Server unavailable at this time....

    I have bought Splintercell conviction the Download version, but i keep getting this annoying message "server not available at this time"
    How can i fix this? its been ages since i have played co op!!!but it keeps telling me the same over and over again. its a bit like farcry3 Vaas said: do the same thing over and over again expecting **** to change, thats insanity......
    Can some one give me a clue about fixing this?
    Thank you already
    kind regards
    Kaasie1975
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    Throwing in my HUGE complaint too. UBISOFT, FIX THIS PROBLEM... I've found posts dating back when this game came out, what is the deal?!?! And why do you have to build your own login portal for the game, just let the game be what it is. Most of us use STEAM anyways, why on earth would we care about your stupid UPLAY crap?!?!

    I bought this game to play multiplayer and that does not work, so thanks for stealing my money and giving me a useless product. This crap should be illegal....
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    well I think it goes well!! xD is solved
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    Typically, there are only two reasons why you would receive the message "The Splinter Cell Conviction Server is not available at this time. Please try again later":
    1. Ubisoft/Uplay servers are temporarily down... It's not uncommon or unusual for the Ubisoft/Uplay servers to be down (without notice) for many reasons such as server/hardware/software updates, upgrades etc... It can be frustrating/annoying at times, but be patient and the servers will eventually go back up and then you can play... they are never down (usually) for more than 2 or 3 hours at most.
    2. Splinter Cell Conviction ports in your router (port forward) and/or firewall have not been opened http://ubisoft-en.custhelp.com/app/a..._id/14621/p/88. If you don't have your ports open in router and firewall (or any other programs that could be blocking/monitoring ports) you will not be able to play Splinter Cell Conviction multiplayer on-line successfully. Although it is possible to connect without opening ports, it will be hit-n-miss, have terrible lag and eventual "Multiplayer out-of-sync" crash. I am finding players who assume they have opened ports (port forwarded) in router correctly, but in fact, have not. Here are a couple of tips on port forwarding:

    a. Find your router in one of these guides and follow instructions
    http://www.pcwintech.com/port-forwarding-guides or http://portforward.com/english/route...outerindex.htm

    b. Download and install Simple Port Tester (its free) and verify if the Splinter Cell Conviction ports are open http://www.pcwintech.com/simple-port-tester. Be sure to use internal IP address and not external IP address when forwarding and testing. If you are uncertain what your internal IP address is, go to Windows/Start/Run/type cmd and hit enter... at the command prompt, type ipconfig /all and hit enter... look under Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection 1 for IPv4 Address... this is your local IP address (should be something like 192.168.1.xxx). If after opening ports in router and firewall (or any other programs that could be blocking/monitoring ports) you test all these ports and it reads "Failed", then you have closed ports... if you test all these ports and it reads "Successful", then your'e ready to play Splinter Cell Conviction multiplayer on-line.

    It just takes a little effort on our part as players/owners of the game to help troubleshoot and solve these problems/issues... here are a few troubleshooting tips:

    1. Search for the solution by troubleshooting the problem/issue yourself http://pcnineoneone.com/howto/tsbasics1/ and/or http://ubisoft-en.custhelp.com/app/answers/list
    2. Provide adequate detailed information here on Forum and to Technical Support (see http://forums.ubi.com/showthread.php...eam-or-ubisoft)
    3. Don't get on-line and trash the makers of the game... this never helps except to get others with like mentality to "Jump on the Bandwagon".

    Good luck.

    p.s. victote5... glad to hear youv'e solved your problem/issue.
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    Uplay is the worst service I have ever encountered. I purchased Splinter Cell Conviction through Steam and am unable to launch it due to your “game-launcher”. What in the world is a “game-launcher” supposed to be? What were you thinking when you imagined having one more layer to get through to play MY game.

    After the game launcher attempts to look for updates, it fails, then tells me the Ubisoft service is unavailable. I purchased this game 8 months ago and I can’t even play the single player let alone online co-op. My network administrator has opened all necessary ports:
    9103, 9100, 10196 (UDP outbound/inbound)
    80, 3081, 3105 (TCP outbound)
    22350 - 22380 (TCP inbound)

    My Windows firewall is disabled and my personal router is DMZ’d.

    You have a broken and completely unnecessary system. Other companies allow their games to be handled by the user and actually played.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ender.GO View Post
    Uplay is the worst service I have ever encountered. I purchased Splinter Cell Conviction through Steam and am unable to launch it due to your “game-launcher”. What in the world is a “game-launcher” supposed to be? What were you thinking when you imagined having one more layer to get through to play MY game.

    After the game launcher attempts to look for updates, it fails, then tells me the Ubisoft service is unavailable. I purchased this game 8 months ago and I can’t even play the single player let alone online co-op. My network administrator has opened all necessary ports:
    9103, 9100, 10196 (UDP outbound/inbound)
    80, 3081, 3105 (TCP outbound)
    22350 - 22380 (TCP inbound)

    My Windows firewall is disabled and my personal router is DMZ’d.

    You have a broken and completely unnecessary system. Other companies allow their games to be handled by the user and actually played.


    see http://forums.ubi.com/showthread.php...tomer-let-down
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