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Hi, 

I've been running LG on my main pc for a while now, but decided to switch to my laptop for portability.

Only problem is, it isn't detecting any client. Tried normal and osbuddy.

I've tried using both JDK 32 bit and JDK 64 bit. Ive had them installed individually to just to test.

Don't know where to go from here. 

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At the time of writing, the most reliable JDK to use is JDK 102, instead of the latest (at time of writing) 121. A direct link to the 102 JDK can be found here

Note: Many people commonly proclaim that you need the 32 Bit JDK for TRiBot to work, this is false. What you do need, is your RuneScape client, and your TRiBot client running the same bit version of Java. So, if your TRiBot client is running with the 32 bit JDK, and your OSBuddy is running the 64 bit version Looking Glass will not hook. You need to have both clients running either the 64 bit java, or the 32 bit java. Therefore, feel free to download either JDK, it really doesn't make a difference.

Step 2. Head over to the Programs and Features screen, and uninstall all other Java versions. Do not leave anything behind, as the JDK will install it's own Java Runtime Environment when the JDK installs.

Step 3. Install the JDK that you downloaded in Step 1

Step 4. Head over to http://www.rsbuddy.com/ and download the OSBuddy.jar, which can be found at this link, or under the Downloads section by clicking Cross Platform

Note: You can use the standard OSBuddy.exe but the .jar is highly recommended as it ensures compatibility.

Step 5. Launch OSBuddy using the .jar, wait for the game to load, and then launch TRiBot

Step 6. Select New Client (Looking Glass) from the TRiBot selection screen, and then hit Always Allow to all the prompts that pop up.

Step 7. TRiBot should now be hooked to OSBuddy and you're free to bot using Looking Glass

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5 minutes ago, iFluffee said:

At the time of writing, the most reliable JDK to use is JDK 102, instead of the latest (at time of writing) 121. A direct link to the 102 JDK can be found here

Note: Many people commonly proclaim that you need the 32 Bit JDK for TRiBot to work, this is false. What you do need, is your RuneScape client, and your TRiBot client running the same bit version of Java. So, if your TRiBot client is running with the 32 bit JDK, and your OSBuddy is running the 64 bit version Looking Glass will not hook. You need to have both clients running either the 64 bit java, or the 32 bit java. Therefore, feel free to download either JDK, it really doesn't make a difference.

Step 2. Head over to the Programs and Features screen, and uninstall all other Java versions. Do not leave anything behind, as the JDK will install it's own Java Runtime Environment when the JDK installs.

Step 3. Install the JDK that you downloaded in Step 1

Step 4. Head over to http://www.rsbuddy.com/ and download the OSBuddy.jar, which can be found at this link, or under the Downloads section by clicking Cross Platform

Note: You can use the standard OSBuddy.exe but the .jar is highly recommended as it ensures compatibility.

Step 5. Launch OSBuddy using the .jar, wait for the game to load, and then launch TRiBot

Step 6. Select New Client (Looking Glass) from the TRiBot selection screen, and then hit Always Allow to all the prompts that pop up.

Step 7. TRiBot should now be hooked to OSBuddy and you're free to bot using Looking Glass

I believe 64 bit Osbuddy provides better performance than 32 bit according to Osbuddy, therefore using 64 bit should be a better option (If using LG)? :o

Correct me if I'm wrong :)

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4 minutes ago, Azuz53487 said:

I believe 64 bit Osbuddy provides better performance than 32 bit according to Osbuddy, therefore using 64 bit should be a better option (If using LG)? :o

Correct me if I'm wrong :)

Not a clue, I don't use LG and don't use OSBuddy when I play on my main. I only recommend the .jar for the ease of compatibility with TRiBot!

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