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w00zer
06-04-2004, 06:51 AM
When I have played for 10 mins or so on a multiplayer server.
My game freezes, I can se in the top left corner it says "cheating has been detected"
Then I get the message "connection to server terminatied, Reason: You were kicked from the server"

Why am I being kicked when I dont cheat?.. I din't even know there was cheats for the game.

Seriosly, Why does it say I cheat when I never had any mutliplayer cheats installed on my computer?

w00zer
06-04-2004, 06:51 AM
When I have played for 10 mins or so on a multiplayer server.
My game freezes, I can se in the top left corner it says "cheating has been detected"
Then I get the message "connection to server terminatied, Reason: You were kicked from the server"

Why am I being kicked when I dont cheat?.. I din't even know there was cheats for the game.

Seriosly, Why does it say I cheat when I never had any mutliplayer cheats installed on my computer?

BlitzPig_Ritter
06-04-2004, 06:56 AM
Sometimes issues with lag can cause the game to think you are cheating. Don't worry about it, its happened to all of us.

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Tully__
06-04-2004, 07:23 AM
If your system is limited in some respect, particularly in RAM, vid card or hdd access times, you will likely exceed some of the stricter settings for ping & packet loss detection, resulting in an autokick. I'd suggest you post your dxdiag report in the IL2 Community Help Forum (http://forums.ubi.com/eve/forums?a=corfrm&s=400102&q=Y&cf=49310655) and ask for assistance in speeding up your system.

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