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is it posible to run USKO twice on 1 PC via user account control switching

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    is it posible to run USKO twice on 1 PC via user account control switching?

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    Multiclienting is illegal.

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    yes but ur pc will run at very high cpu usage probably wont be able to pk on 1 while the other is running.

    mostly depends on how good ur pc is i suppose

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    Its possible but illegal check as far as i know 4 core processor is needed to get clean play on both clients.

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    It's not illegal to do it that way, unless your using 3rd party tools to multi-client. I remember it was asked on 'ask the gm' thread on official forums, and it was fine.

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    @NatGeo im not talking about using third party tool, just simple switching user 1 and user 2 on windows, that works before, but after APR upfates i got error "failed to initisiate APR" and KO closes.

    @zpod i posted yesturday on official forums, but post was removed -.-

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    Quote Originally Posted by RULERRR View Post
    @NatGeo im not talking about using third party tool, just simple switching user 1 and user 2 on windows, that works before, but after APR upfates i got error "failed to initisiate APR" and KO closes.
    Doesnt matter if you use 3rd party tool or not, it is illegal^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by NatGeo View Post
    Doesnt matter if you use 3rd party tool or not, it is illegal^^
    No its not.
    It was on ask a GM topic.

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    you can always use sandbox to decrease the CPU usage im actually thinking about use it to play only with 1 client ...cuz KO requires to much of the CPU for some retarded reasson -.-

    p.s- Most ppl using multi client or w.e to have 2 accounts on at same time 1 24/7 buying other to merch or play

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    It's not illegal i think, unless you use 3rd party tool

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    yes you can, but it is illigal and you will get band for SURE.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by RULERRR View Post
    is it posible to run USKO twice on 1 PC via user account control switching?
    i can do it on my computer, run 1 on a user then switch users and use it for merching. however it is bannable i think, and is really pretty useless unless ur computer is really amazing .. i lagged quite a bit when i tried it

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    yeah u cn but you want quite god pc to beable to play lagless

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    i think u can ,because some of my fren do the same thing 1 play 1 merchant

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