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~RamZiel~ Apr 1 @ 12:53pm
Can't play co-op
Me and my wife can't play together. Problems started about a month ago or so. As soon as we accept invites of each other, it simply quits to the title screen. And it is happening not only at our place.
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Thor, Chicken of Thunder Apr 1 @ 1:19pm 
Well, first of all, are you and your wife using different computers? If so, that might have something to do with it. Macs and windows don't go together as well as mac to mac, or windows to windows. If you are using the same kind of computer, I would try reinstalling Steam and or Portal 2.
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[LAB] Lukinator ジ Apr 1 @ 1:26pm 
I can't play Singleplayer-Mode in Commentary-Mode... It crashes all 30 Seconds -_- #
~RamZiel~ Apr 1 @ 1:41pm 
It's all Windows, many of them: from Vista to 8. Different PCs, even new one with fresh Steam and Portal 2. Different internet connections also (but only among play sessions, within one session we always on the same Wi-Fi).
~RamZiel~ Apr 1 @ 1:42pm 
Originally posted by LABLucas Gorissen:
I can't play Singleplayer-Mode in Commentary-Mode... It crashes all 30 Seconds -_- #:p2aperture: :p2blue: :p2chell: :p2orange: :p2turret: :p2wheatley:
Everything fine for us on that.
Alfango Apr 1 @ 4:32pm 
Go to your Steam library, look for Portal 2, right-click it, click Properties, go to Local Files tab, and click "verify cache" (or something like that). It will take a while. Worked perfect to me. I'd do that on both computers.
Thor, Chicken of Thunder Apr 1 @ 5:27pm 
Originally posted by Alfango:
Go to your Steam library, look for Portal 2, right-click it, click Properties, go to Local Files tab, and click "verify cache" (or something like that). It will take a while. Worked perfect to me. I'd do that on both computers.

Yes, that would probably work too. No promises, though. Good luck!
~RamZiel~ Apr 2 @ 7:17am 
Originally posted by Alfango:
Go to your Steam library, look for Portal 2, right-click it, click Properties, go to Local Files tab, and click "verify cache" (or something like that). It will take a while. Worked perfect to me. I'd do that on both computers.
I'm a Steam old-timer, that was the first thing I ever did on both computers. No results.
m4x1m0 Apr 2 @ 3:59pm 
Same problem here...
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