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"Login failed for unknown reason" error
Missing additional character slot for current/ lapsed Gold Members
Slow patching in the launcher
A bug that involved Romulan Liberated Borg captains and their skills once they chose an ally
Recently I have tried to log into STO, and as soon as I click the client for it, I get a "client autoupdate" message and the client doesn't load.
Normally, the "autoupdate" last no more then a few seconds, 5 if that many, but this time it is up for a full minute before I get an error and can't continue.
Bottomline, as things stand I can't play STO. at all. Is this a problem on cryptics end? with my internet? I know I was able to play earlier today, it was just this afternoon that this started. Do I need to remove and reinstall the client?
I am just curious what, if anything I can do it get this fix and start playing the game again.
Same here. I get a patcher error saying "The patchclient got a message while it was in a state with no response function."
If I just load the game client executable (bypassing the launcher) then I get to the login screen, then when it tries to connect to the account server it just sits there for a minute then tells me it timed out.
I was online and playing when my game just froze up, so I alt-f4'd it to login again and try to unfreeze it, and that's when this started.