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Bodan_Talev​

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SA:MP​

Question:
So, I'm having some problems with Lawless...
When I tried to log in, it wasn't responding and shit so I decided to re-add the server and now it keeps retrieving info or some shit...
Tried both IP's, both of them retrieving info.
By the way, all other server are working perfectly fine, only Lawless isn't.
Tried reinstalling SAMP aswell but still nothing.​
 



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Delete the server.
Close SA-MP
Restart router
Open sa-mp
Get the IP and log in.
 
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I've encountered a similar issue, try refreshing your DNS.

If you're ensure how to, here's a guide:
  • Click the 'Start' button
  • Type in 'run' and hit enter
  • Type in 'cmd' hit enter again (or hold 'Start + Run' and type in 'cmd')

  • The ipconfig /flushdns command provides you with a means to flush and reset the contents of the DNS client resolver cache (by Google).




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Fixed, works fine now, you can close this.
Thanks fellas!
 
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Explanation:
Question answered, solution stated above (private message the questioner for further information).


Delete the server.
Close SA-MP
Restart router
Open sa-mp
Get the IP and log in.
I've encountered a similar issue, try refreshing your DNS.

If you're ensure how to, here's a guide:​
  • Click the 'Start' button
  • Type in 'run' and hit enter
  • Type in 'cmd' hit enter again (or hold 'Start + Run' and type in 'cmd')
  • The ipconfig /flushdns command provides you with a means to flush and reset the contents of the DNS client resolver cache (by Google).




1. Reference: here

ps. sorry for the 10kx10k images, couldnt find a smaller res.

2. Reference: click here


If you need anything else please don't hesitate to make another question or send me a private message.
- Question Answered, moved to answered section.

Best Regards,
[Jazzy Thomax - Assistant Helper Manager]
 
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