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file PlatinumQuest Crashing because: HTTPSupport

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14 Nov 2017 18:08 #1 by ultraleogx
ultraleogx created the topic: PlatinumQuest Crashing because: HTTPSupport
Why it shows me a error? How do i do?

It says

HTTPSupport is missing


How am i gonna do? TELL ME!

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14 Nov 2017 20:18 #2 by jacob69431
jacob69431 replied the topic: PlatinumQuest Crashing because: HTTPSupport
I have the same problem, but i fixed it by redownloading it. If your antivirus blocks it, make an exclusion.
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14 Nov 2017 22:05 #3 by HiGuy
HiGuy replied the topic: PlatinumQuest Crashing because: HTTPSupport
Check that your antivirus is not flagging PQ (marbleblast.exe or any of the related DLLs) as a false positive. Just add the game directory as an exception to your AV and download any missing files by going to Advanced tab of the launcher, and running a Full Update.

PQ in a nutshell
function clientcmd12dothepq() {
    commandToClient(LocalClientConnection, '34onthedancefloor');
}
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16 Nov 2017 14:44 #4 by ultraleogx
ultraleogx replied the topic: PlatinumQuest Crashing because: HTTPSupport
What is HTTPSupport? How do i download HTTPSupport? TELL ME!

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16 Nov 2017 15:03 #5 by ultraleogx
ultraleogx replied the topic: PlatinumQuest Crashing because: HTTPSupport
When i run full update, It still shows me an error!

Aw man, How am i gonna play it?

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16 Nov 2017 18:48 #6 by jacob69431
jacob69431 replied the topic: PlatinumQuest Crashing because: HTTPSupport
Add an exclusion for your antivirus, that might be the problem.
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17 Nov 2017 03:56 - 17 Nov 2017 04:01 #7 by HiGuy
HiGuy replied the topic: PlatinumQuest Crashing because: HTTPSupport
We're working on a fix. For now you can mitigate the issue by following the directions in my previous post.

PQ in a nutshell
function clientcmd12dothepq() {
    commandToClient(LocalClientConnection, '34onthedancefloor');
}
Last Edit: 17 Nov 2017 04:01 by HiGuy.
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