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  1. Sorry, I didn't specify. I am using LG with the previous TriBot loader (3.05) and it is working fine. @Naton cleared that up for me. Cheers.
  2. I'm operating LG with OSBuddy just fine. I would utilize that if you can't function LG with RuneLite at the moment.
  3. Try posting the exact message of what is occurring from the client via snapshot or copy/pasting the reports here. That might incentivize possible solutions if you perform the above-said actions.
  4. I PM'd you on the site and added you on discord to discuss the details further when you get time as it has hindered my ability to bot several scripts.
  5. I have had the same issue regarding being a VIP-E with certain scripts where it displays that I have a "ghost" instance for certain premium scripts on the instance manager and others where it doesn't occur. It's been happening to me for the past week unfortunately.
  6. If you utilize the client without LG, you will be able to run more bots. However, CPU usage goes up with LG, but I wouldn't recommend that for a huge bot farm. As far as many settings like Worthy's Zulrah Slayer that does require a bit more CPU, that could run a good 10-15 bots perhaps..? It's hard to determine without looking at it first hand. Moreover, the specific specs aren't spectacular (although not bad for that price), but unless you are wanting hundreds of bots, I don't think your specifications would be viable, but like I said, it's hard to tell without a good run of a couple, then 10-20, and so forth. EDIT: Based on the server and apart from any other processes running, minimizing the clients too helps with CPU usage too. It's easy to push several hundred bots (depending on the current scripts like mining essence wouldn't be too difficult to maintain hundreds, but more complicated scripts like Zulrah Slayer scripts would obviously utilize more CPU usage). I personally don't manage large bot farms anymore, but as technology has improved and with a multitude of methods to reduce CPU usage and achieve greater memory capacity, this can vary.
  7. @Hoespitalized If you have multiple components of Java on your computer, uninstall them first, then attempt to download only the JDK 8 version as older versions (like 10 that you have), TriBot won't support. If you're trying to utilize LG, only focus on JDK, not JRE. Additionally, as LG is not working with 64bit with RuneLite, you need to utilize 32bit (x86) when downloading Java once again with OSBuddy at 32bit as well. Here is a link for the JDK 8 downloads: https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html If you have any questions, feel free to shoot me a message and I'd be glad to help you out.
  8. On the Client tab of the TriBot client, is it set to "block all user input" or "block user input?" I don't have that enabled and I can click and type freely on the TriBot client utilizing OSBuddy with LG. Shoot me a pm if that doesn't work.
  9. Definitely an underutilized method. Seems promising!
  10. I've been utilizing RuneLite with LG and I've seen no issues. That could be the reason, but I haven't used OSBuddy since RuneLite is compatible and it doesn't tank my CPU either.
  11. Same idea as @adamhackz Make sure you babysit a particular script for a reasonable amount of time to determine how stable it is. It's always a risk depending on what skill/activity you are working on and who wrote it in particular. I typically babysit new scripts for 8-10 hours then look at it from there and I always maintain my hours outside Jagex's work hours as well.
  12. @tvu2142 Sorry, English is not my first language. I mean, when people train their magic levels, most take the safer and less input-intensive routes to training such as splashing whereas alch-splashing itself is far more work and management especially over time.
  13. @tvu2142 The less inputs, the less can be detected (or not break) as far as the bot stands. For a simple splasher, check out SwagSplasher or S~Afker if that is your intention. It is fine to alch and splash and fairly easy to code, but I don't think a lot of people manage their mage in that manner. It's all up to you though.
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