Windows 10 build fixes issue with Tencent online games not working

Madeleine Dean By: Madeleine Dean
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Windows 10 build 14342 has brought many fixes to frequently encountered issues, improving even more the user experience. One of these fixes finally solves the issue causing  Tencent online games not to work, relieving players.

Many games supported by Tencent have been affected by this bug, including CrossFire and League of Legends as players report:

I have a problem. When I open ET sometimes it says “ET.exe has stopped working” and that Windows is searching for a solution. Windows has searched long and hard but has not found a solution to my problem, so I thought I would ask the super duper professional eSport community crossfire.db.

Info:

  • Windows 10
  • this only happens sometimes, not all the time – sometimes if I try and open 3-4 more times it will just work fine
  • Haven’t reinstalled for years, just copied the folders over each time I clean installed […]
  • play on a laptop, have done since 2008 so that isn’t the problem.

I’m someone who was fortunate enough to never have problems with the client while using previous operating systems, but since upgrading to Windows 10 64-bit, I’ve twice had “LolClient.exe has stopped working” in the last week. Thankfully both times this happened I wasn’t in a game nor in a game lobby, just sitting at the main screen. If it matters, I did a clean installation of Windows 10, not upgrading from a previous operating system.

All Tencent supported games should run smoothly now for Windows 10 users thanks to Microsoft’s build 14342:

Here’s what’s fixed for PC […]

We fixed the issue causing Tencent online games from not working in current builds from the Development Branch.</p>

Speaking of games, check out these cool gaming laptops that will surely help you to land on the first place on the leaderboards. If you are a Tencent games fan, you can now add a new item to your gaming collection, namely Tencent’s new Blade BOX, its own Intel-powered Windows 10 gaming console.

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