>1. Upgrade the drivers
We have the most recent drivers.
>2. If you are doing this hooked up to an ACTUAL network, check the cables, etc.. can you transmit files and such?
Our LAN worked with Jedi-Knight
>3. Try disebeling the firewall all togather to test it, it may be blocking the port the game uses. Try setting it to allow all netowrk traffic for a minute, if that doesn't fix it, then use CTRL+ALT+DEL and make sure to end task the firewall, if it still does not work, you've ruled out the firewall.
Firewall is disabled.
>4. Spyware, notorious for screwing with TCP/IP multiplayer games. There are several spyware apps out there, but I suggest adaware from lavasoft, avaiable here www.lavasoftusa.com
We donīt have any Spyware ( except Windoze ) installed.
Playing on the Internet still doesnīt work.We get disconnected ( even the Server ) after 2-5 Minutes.