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Stealhbot v203 revision3 error10060

#1 User is offline   princeofdarknes Icon

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Posted October 02, 2018 - 03:56 PM

Hello, I would like to put my channel but when I connect it gives me his with the BNLS (All connections closed.
[BNLS] Error 10060: The attempt to connect timed out
[BNLS] The server would be too long to respond to your computer. The BNLS server appears to be unreachable at this time. Please check back in an hour or two, or configure local hashing. (For more information regarding local)

and with the hash it gives me his [BNET] Connecting ...
[17:51:18] [BNET] Connected!
[17:51:19] [BNET] Checking version ...
[17:51:19] [HASHES] Game.exe is missing.
[17:51:19] [HASHES] BNClient.dll is missing.
[17:51:19] [HASHES] D2Client.dll is missing.
[17:51:19] [BNET] Connection terminated due to missing hash files.
[17:51:19] All connections closed.
A little help is welcome ;)

thank you;)

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Posted October 16, 2018 - 12:39 PM

Nobody answers here, or ...???

This post has been edited by princeofdarknes: October 16, 2018 - 12:40 PM


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Posted November 25, 2018 - 05:19 AM

Both of those error messages are pretty self explanatory. In the first one, your bot is configured to use a BNLS server that was unreachable at the time, probably permanently. You can find a new one here.

For the second one, you tried to configure local hashing but didn't download the game files you need. If you search around the site you'll find a tutorial on how to properly configure local hashing, but this is for advanced users and you don't need it if you use BNLS.
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