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SWAT 4 Internet gaming Issue

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Hi Folks,

I use Windows Vita Home edition. SWAT 4 single player mode works perfectly on my system. Also there is NO problem when I try to play SWAT 4 in LAN.

The Problem:

The problem occurs when I try to connect to the Internet. When I use the multiplayer option to play with other members in Internet, Nothing happens.
The list of servers is always empty.

My friend uses XP and it works perfectly.

Can Anyone please help me overcome this problem. :)

My friend does not use gamespy and neither do I. So I think it might be problem with Vista.
Also i never get any error message.
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You may have your windows firewall blocking the program. Go here: My computer>Control Panel>Firewall>Click the "exceptions" tab, then click "Add program" find Swat 4 and add it to the list. Try it again, and tell me what happens. :)

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Thanks for the reply Agent.

But I have tried it all.

1. I already did wat i said..adding the program in the exception list.
2. I initially thought the Norton Protection centre is causing the problem. I tried shutting it down. But still it dint work. then I uninstaled it.
Still no luck

the only thing I havent done is Changing my OS...... :)

What do u think the problem is??
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