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So , I have done all the research i could on this issue & I've followed all steps. I've closed all running versions of java, deleted tribot folder, restarted pc. I still get the "Since you are not VIP you can only run 1 instance at a time." I do not feel like buying VIP as I have no need for it. Is there anyway an admin can manually close all the instances for me. Nothing is working. When I closed all instances of java that were running I also did not reopen client for 2+ hours to give server time to update. Didn't work.

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11 minutes ago, Encoded said:

You only have to wait 15-30 minutes. In the future, end the script before exiting the client.

I have waited hours bro.  & I do recall ending the script as I went to sleep & script was stopped when I woke up probably from the update. I clearly stated in my topic that I have waited 2+ hours. Not sure why you even posted the 15-30 minute thing.

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On 6/5/2016 at 9:07 PM, TacoManStan said:


While you are running a script, TRiBot continuously pings the server letting the server know a script is currently being run on your TRiBot account. This is how the Instance Manager works. When you stop the script or close the TRiBot client, TRiBot pings the server one last time to let the server know that the script is no longer running. Under normal circumstances, you can then immediately start up another (or the same) script.

However, if your TRiBot client is closed improperly (your computer crashed, TRiBot was terminated via Task Manager, etc), the server never receives the message indicating that the script has been stopped. As a result, you will see the infamous message shown above even when you don't even have TRiBot open anymore!

How to Solve It

This can obviously be incredibly frustrating. Luckily for you, you aren't out of options. If the server doesn't receive an "update ping" from the TRiBot client for 15 minutes, it will assume there was a problem, and automatically remove the instance from your Instance Manager. This means that if this ever happens to you, all you need to do is wait for 15 minutes for the instance to "time out" on the server

Quoted from a tutorial on how to fix Maximum Instances bug.

I guess your problem is caused by the same thing.

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