Command & Conquer Red Alert 2 1.006 patch

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    "Help PLEASE*******"

    October 13, 2010  |   By beretta9c


    help -- help


    me please...


    I just installed it on Windows 7, i installed it w the soviet cd only and when i try to play online, i have to click new account, so then a window pops up saying "requesting nickname" and then I wait, and it sayd, could not connect check my internet, but my internet is good. and I have patch 1.006. *** do i do??

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  • Reply by 077saeed on January 9, 2012

    hey buddy
    check out gameranger ,download it .creat an account for free...
    u can play different sort of games like ra2 there
    and no more problems
    its easy software for online games
    good luck

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