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chrismowe 3 jan 2013 à 19h57
co-op cant play - disconnect please help
No matter what ive tried, anytime i try to play co-op on portal it simply says I, or my partner have disconnected. This often occurs at the final loading screen where the level is about to begin. It used to work fine about a month ago when i last played. Ive tried friends and random online partners
-Trouble shooting ive already attempted:
- I am up to date on downloads,
- reinstalled portal and steam
- no firewall active.
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QuinsY 6 jan 2013 à 8h03 
Same, me and my friend are not able to play online co-op. Send invite>accept invite>go to loading screen, one of us gets stuff in the loading screen showing 1 dot of 'loaded data' while the other sees 'your partner has diconnected'.

I am able to play co-op with another friend however.
MVV 11 jan 2013 à 8h40 
Also the same problem. Asked help from Steam Support about a week ago but so far no response.
ldbaau 17 fév 2013 à 18h03 
thanks but what is a port & how do you configure them? And why were they working before but not now?
DEUXIST83 26 avr 2013 à 5h16 
In cmd:
netsh winsock reset
netsh int ip reset reset.log

Which reset winsock and TCP/IP.
Strange as other peoples accounts worked on my machine, but it is fixed now, I'm not complaining!
ldbaau 19 mai 2013 à 18h39 
I have no idea what this means
unclebuddy1 19 mai 2013 à 18h57 
I guess Valve expects everybody to be computer literate just to play their games. There is never any help for the layman.
ldbaau 12 juin 2013 à 16h45 
completely agreed unclebuddy. Not everyone understands the slang and terms used in computers. If I started using the terms used in my business, although it would be obvious to others in my profession everyone else would be lost. When talking to a layman I make it useable for everyone. What's the point in making others feel stupid. And if you can't explain it in common terms don't bother answering the question. If I knew what all that meant I'd likely know how to fix the issue!
Hudlommen 14 août 2013 à 10h32 
"In cmd:
netsh winsock reset
netsh int ip reset reset.log"

means: in the windows menu "search" write "CMD" and hit enter.
A black dos box apears where you can write stuff.
Then your 1. write "netsh winsock reset" and hit enter
2. "netsh int ip reset reset.log" and hit enter.

Then you restart the computer. Hope it helped the non-experts :D
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