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Best Answer ICT, 27 October 2017 - 06:25 PM

Did you create your server account on http://t3aonline.net ?

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#1 Crax

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Posted 27 October 2017 - 04:14 PM

Hi, 

I have properly installed Battle for Middle Earth I and its patched to 1.06. 

I played perfectly fine offline. 

Then I tried to play online. 

I registered through the option in-game and made an Revora account and password. I've got an activation link on e-mail, which I activated and I double checked that it was indeed activated. 



The problem: When I then return to the Multiplayer Online is says "that the specified account or subaccount name was not found" despite I enter the exact same Account name and PW as I logged in to this forum to write this issue. 

Can anyone help me? 

Best,
Peter 



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Posted 27 October 2017 - 06:25 PM   Best Answer

Did you create your server account on http://t3aonline.net ?


"To know what question we may reasonably propose is in itself a strong evidence of sagacity or intelligence. For if a question be in itself incongruous and begs for uncalled-for answers, it holds, sometimes, besides embarrassing the proposer, the disadvantage to seduce the unguarded listener into giving absurd answers, and we are presented with the ridiculous spectacle of one (as the ancients said) milking the he-goat, and the other holding a sieve beneath."


#3 Crax

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Posted 27 October 2017 - 06:34 PM

Thanks - that was the solution! 



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Posted 28 October 2017 - 07:45 AM

Great, have fun playing!

"To know what question we may reasonably propose is in itself a strong evidence of sagacity or intelligence. For if a question be in itself incongruous and begs for uncalled-for answers, it holds, sometimes, besides embarrassing the proposer, the disadvantage to seduce the unguarded listener into giving absurd answers, and we are presented with the ridiculous spectacle of one (as the ancients said) milking the he-goat, and the other holding a sieve beneath."





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