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    be sure that i'll use animus shield :P
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    no offense, but would you two mind getting a room, and meanwhile keep this thread free for the real problem?
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    t's a Punkbuster issue rather than AC3.

    2 fixes, the first one may work. The second should if the first fails.

    (First solution makes sure Punkbuster is running as administrator, this fixes a lot of problems on Windows. Second manually updates Punkbuster as sometimes the initial download and install doesn't complete correctly, or Punkbuster doesn't auto-update correctly, but it doesn't give a failure message)

    1. Open the following location C:\Windows\SysWOW64
    2. Scroll down to PnkBstrA.exe and PnkBstrB.exe (These are past the folders and in the list of files and applications)
    3. Right click on each of these and select 'Properties', then the 'Compatibility' tab
    4. Click 'Change settings for all users' (Windows may ask permission for admin privilages to do this, click ok'
    5. Click the box for 'Run this programme as an administrator'
    6. Click 'ok' and restart your computer for the changes to take effect.


    If this doesn't work, manually update Punkbuster as follows. This will give you a 'clean' install and should fix any persistent problem

    1. Download Punkbuster.Exe from here http://websec.evenbalance.com/downlo...oad.php?file=1
    2. Run Setup and then click 'Add Game'
    3. It will auto-detect where it thinks AC3 is stored, if this doesn't work (if You've installed via Steam or similar) Then manually add the file location. On Steam AC3 is stored here C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common
    4. Click 'Add game' once you've selected the file location, and then click 'Check for Updates'
    5. Wait for the update to complete (Shouldn't take too long)

    That should then be your Punkbuster up to date and running ok and you should have no further trouble.

    I saw this and can say it worked for me. either that or the servers have sorted themselves out. For the people looking for a fix.... not just talking smack on the thread.
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    Originally Posted by Darkknife69 Go to original post
    t's a Punkbuster issue rather than AC3.

    2 fixes, the first one may work. The second should if the first fails.

    (First solution makes sure Punkbuster is running as administrator, this fixes a lot of problems on Windows. Second manually updates Punkbuster as sometimes the initial download and install doesn't complete correctly, or Punkbuster doesn't auto-update correctly, but it doesn't give a failure message)

    1. Open the following location C:\Windows\SysWOW64
    2. Scroll down to PnkBstrA.exe and PnkBstrB.exe (These are past the folders and in the list of files and applications)
    3. Right click on each of these and select 'Properties', then the 'Compatibility' tab
    4. Click 'Change settings for all users' (Windows may ask permission for admin privilages to do this, click ok'
    5. Click the box for 'Run this programme as an administrator'
    6. Click 'ok' and restart your computer for the changes to take effect.


    If this doesn't work, manually update Punkbuster as follows. This will give you a 'clean' install and should fix any persistent problem

    1. Download Punkbuster.Exe from here http://websec.evenbalance.com/downlo...oad.php?file=1
    2. Run Setup and then click 'Add Game'
    3. It will auto-detect where it thinks AC3 is stored, if this doesn't work (if You've installed via Steam or similar) Then manually add the file location. On Steam AC3 is stored here C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common
    4. Click 'Add game' once you've selected the file location, and then click 'Check for Updates'
    5. Wait for the update to complete (Shouldn't take too long)

    That should then be your Punkbuster up to date and running ok and you should have no further trouble.

    I saw this and can say it worked for me. either that or the servers have sorted themselves out. For the people looking for a fix.... not just talking smack on the thread.
    second thoughts, not so much. it is still broken.
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    Originally Posted by Darkknife69 Go to original post
    t's a Punkbuster issue rather than AC3.

    2 fixes, the first one may work. The second should if the first fails.

    (First solution makes sure Punkbuster is running as administrator, this fixes a lot of problems on Windows. Second manually updates Punkbuster as sometimes the initial download and install doesn't complete correctly, or Punkbuster doesn't auto-update correctly, but it doesn't give a failure message)

    1. Open the following location C:\Windows\SysWOW64
    2. Scroll down to PnkBstrA.exe and PnkBstrB.exe (These are past the folders and in the list of files and applications)
    3. Right click on each of these and select 'Properties', then the 'Compatibility' tab
    4. Click 'Change settings for all users' (Windows may ask permission for admin privilages to do this, click ok'
    5. Click the box for 'Run this programme as an administrator'
    6. Click 'ok' and restart your computer for the changes to take effect.


    If this doesn't work, manually update Punkbuster as follows. This will give you a 'clean' install and should fix any persistent problem

    1. Download Punkbuster.Exe from here http://websec.evenbalance.com/downlo...oad.php?file=1
    2. Run Setup and then click 'Add Game'
    3. It will auto-detect where it thinks AC3 is stored, if this doesn't work (if You've installed via Steam or similar) Then manually add the file location. On Steam AC3 is stored here C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common
    4. Click 'Add game' once you've selected the file location, and then click 'Check for Updates'
    5. Wait for the update to complete (Shouldn't take too long)

    That should then be your Punkbuster up to date and running ok and you should have no further trouble.

    I saw this and can say it worked for me. either that or the servers have sorted themselves out. For the people looking for a fix.... not just talking smack on the thread.
    No its game fault not PB, Updating PB either manually or auto, second method of yours updates PB files in AC3 folder and it doesn't work with this game, you get kicked randomly in matches and when in groups, you can play but after a while you will get kicked, sometimes you dont, but everytime when in a group, you will get kicked if pulled back or as soon as you start searching for games.

    However, the other method which everyone in the world is using in all games is to intall pbsvc service and it updates automatically which was not the case in AC3, i had to manually update it and then it doesnt work well.
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    I have the same problem after installing this crap called patch for PC.
    Not only that, but now Windows Problem Reporting asking to use Uplay to connect to the internet, otherwise the game won't play.

    What the bloody hell is this all about?
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    Anyone else unable to load evenbalance.com?
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    Originally Posted by ElleCore Go to original post
    Anyone else unable to load evenbalance.com?
    I've tested it for you. I can't open the webpage either.

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    Please make sure you are all reporting this error to Support please! http://support.ubisoft.com/
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    Originally Posted by Ferrith Go to original post
    I've tested it for you. I can't open the webpage either.


    Thanks. Now that's just great. AC3's PunkBuster went mad and its website is down at the same time.
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