[HELP] How to open 2 league of legends instances???

Motionless
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Re: [HELP] How to open 2 league of legends instances???

Post by Motionless » Sun Mar 10, 2019 1:46 am

Zinola1 wrote:
Sat Dec 29, 2018 7:31 pm
thanks very much dude , i was doing it wrong , but now i made it all ok , and the game is working at multiseat , thnks very much!!!
Bro can you explain how you did it? I justo don't know what to do? Pls give me some help

Csharper
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Re: [HELP] How to open 2 league of legends instances???

Post by Csharper » Sun Apr 07, 2019 12:57 pm

[NEW METHOD AVAILABLE. THERE IS NO NEED FOR THIS. LOOK INTO NEW COMMENT ON THIS POST]

(Before you do this first open lol and update don't close it. You have to do this after each update. )
(Update will remove the symlink. So first go into the necessary directory and remove the 3333.exe and start all over again. )

I solved this problem today. So i wanted to help you guys out. Its really simple just follow my instructions.

First install symlinker from github. (Standalone executable is enough for us.)

Then you have to create 2 seperate folder for Leauge of Legends;

Mines are;
D:\Riot Games\League of Legends
and
C:\Riot Games\League of Legends


Then go to this directory;
C:\Riot Games\League of Legends\Game

(Be aware this path can change in the future. Don't copy this directory. This is just a example of mine.)

And change the League of Legends.exe to 3333.exe (you can choose whatever you wan't just rename it. :D )

Open symlinker and choose "File symbolic link" from dropbox.

First textbox is need to be ;
"C:\Riot Games\League of Legends\Game"
And the name box is "League of Legends.exe"

then the Destination folder is our 3333.exe path.
("C:\Riot Games\League of Legends\Game\3333.exe")

Choose Symbolic Link then click "Create Link" button.

Okey we done here. Follow the same instruction for each seperate lol folders.

Now you can play Lol from your already open client.
D:\Riot Games\League of Legends (Or C:\)
and enjoy. I tried today and it's working. I hope RIOT don't broke it in the future.



And lastly sorry about my english :) I'm not native speaker :D And i'm just trying to help ! :)
Last edited by Csharper on Mon Jul 29, 2019 6:24 pm, edited 2 times in total.

magnumrabello
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Re: [HELP] How to open 2 league of legends instances???

Post by magnumrabello » Sun Apr 14, 2019 9:21 pm

Csharper wrote:
Sun Apr 07, 2019 12:57 pm
(Before you do this first open lol and update. You have to do this after each update. )

I solved this problem today. So i wanted to help you guys out. Its really simple just follow my instructions.

First install symlinker from github. (Standalone executable is enough for us.)

Then you have to create 2 seperate folder for Leauge of Legends;

Mines are;
D:\Riot Games\League of Legends
and
C:\Riot Games\League of Legends


Then go to this directory;
C:\Riot Games\League of Legends\RADS\projects\lol_game_client\releases\0.0.1.206\deploy

(Be aware 0.0.1.206 this version name or path can change in the future. Don't copy this directory. This is just a example of mine.)

And change the League of Legends.exe to 3333.exe (you can choose whatever you wan't just rename it. :D )

Open symlinker and choose "File symbolic link" from dropbox.

First textbox is need to be ;
"C:\Riot Games\League of Legends\RADS\projects\lol_game_client\releases\0.0.1.206\deploy"
And the name box is "League of Legends.exe"

then Destination folder is our 3333.exe path.
("C:\Riot Games\League of Legends\RADS\projects\lol_game_client\releases\0.0.1.206\deploy\3333.exe")

Choose Symbolic Link then click "Create Link" button.

Okey we done here. Follow the same instruction for each seperate lol folders.

Now you can open your Lol from this directory like normally you do
D:\Riot Games\League of Legends (Or C:\)
and enjoy. I tried today and its working. I hope RIOT don't broke it in the future.



And lastly sorry about my english :) I'm not native speaker :D And i'm just trying to help ! :)
apparently is the operating system. may be the build, because I did the procedure and it did not work. Could you tell us your setup and which version is your windows?

retornado2
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Re: [HELP] How to open 2 league of legends instances???

Post by retornado2 » Wed May 08, 2019 4:37 pm

The solution no long works, hope someone find another with the new lol files

Csharper
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Re: [HELP] How to open 2 league of legends instances???

Post by Csharper » Mon Jul 29, 2019 6:14 pm

Good news guys. There is no need for symlink any more. Just split the League of Legends folders. Like this;

C:\Riot Games\League of Legends

D:\Riot Games\League of Legends


(i think it can be on the same drive either. )

beast2040
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Re: [HELP] How to open 2 league of legends instances???

Post by beast2040 » Sat Aug 24, 2019 9:11 am

Use the following method to start the multiple game LoL:

1. At each workplace, the game should be launched from a separate folder.
Follow these steps for one of the copies of the game:
2. Copy the League Of Legends.exe file to a separate directory and rename it, for example, to 333.exe
3. Delete the “League Of Legends.exe” file from the “Game” folder and create a symbolic link using mklink. The link name should be League Of Legends.exe and it should refer to the file 333.exe.
Now when you want to start the second game, first run the launcher (client.exe), then create a link and launch the game. Bat file helps you automate this.

So the problem with the game is that it protects itself from running multiple instances by looking for processes named "League of Legends.exe" across all the system,
and that renaming and linking prevents it from finding them.

trlgr
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Re: [HELP] How to open 2 league of legends instances???

Post by trlgr » Fri Nov 22, 2019 4:19 am

hello with new latest update its not working anymore any new idea?

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