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Jazzingo posted a topic in SupportHey Overwolf users. I'm just getting into a clan on a game that uses Teamspeak 3 as their main communications, and so I decided to attempt to download the Overwolf TS3 Overlay. I have tried installing the Overlay through the Teamspeak Click-Widget-Thing, Installing the .exe that you get from the App List on Overwolf.com, and tried just installing regular Overwolf. All three give me an error that says "Connection Error - Please check your internet connection and try again" with a "Got It" button to click that just sends me back to the beginning of the installer about 1 minute after clicking "Install". I've tried wiping my local files, program files, white-listing, turning off my firewall completely, disabling and enabling my connection, nothing works. My log files will be below. Log.rar
Hi Before I start, I would quickly like to let you know I've searched nearly every corner of Google and these forums for an answer, but haven't found a single or helpful solution. So I would like to post a thread with detailed problems. Basically, Overwolf refuses to connect to my TeamSpeak3 client. I have found in other threads asking to confirm if the "control plugin" is installed and enabled, and yes I can confirm it is. (http://i.gyazo.com/02101aef5c39f105572ee4d48c97b4ec.png) I have tried uninstalling both TeamSpeak and Overwolf, and re-installing them, but no luck. This is the error I get, even when in TeamSpeak it clearly says its enabled and running. Other solutions I've tried, is removing the TS3 app, deleting the "Overwolf" folder in "%localappdata%", and disabling and re-enabling the "control plugin". If someone could shed some light to what's going in, it'll be very much appreciated. Many thanks! - Dan