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  1. I've run the derelict solo until I can see it with my eyes closed (hello Hema and corrupted mods). As above I take a Rhino modded for Iron Skin and take all 4 dragon keys. I take Arca Plasmor for my primary but pretty much anything will do. I tend to run Exterminates as following the enemy markers around the map will lead you to the vault about 8 times out of 10. One thing that is worth nothing is that your derelic key is only consumed if you finish the mission. If you can't find the vault just abort and you keep your key (you lose everything else though). If you find the corrupted tough top deal with don't open the vault until you have killed everything. Just mark it with a waypoint to make it easier to find when you have. Oh, you will forget about your dragon keys a lot so look for the big red icon on the top right after your runs!
  2. Sword-style ones do but the rest have been busted for ages and not a peep out of DE about it despite lots of threads.
  3. That's why, it hides spoilers so you can create content/stream without spoilers 😊
  4. Did this myself about 2 weeks ago. I took an Equinox Maim build. Concentrate on nothing but getting to the orbs as quickly as possible as mentioned above and it is fairly easy.
  5. If you have manually forwarded ports I think that's the problem. If you have enabled uPNP on your router port forwarding should not be necessary. Also, check your Windows firewall has Waframe's inbound rules, TCP-In and UDP-In for both 32-bit and 64-bit. Check your network adaptor profile is set to Private and not Public under the Network snd Sharing centre. Have you run the network analyser under Warframe's option in game?
  6. You could also try turning off bulk and aggressive download in the launcher options.
  7. The only reason I know for this error is to do with dojo decorations unfortunately. Unless anyone else has any suggestions all I can think of is submitting a support ticket. I'm assuming you have tried relogging? https://digitalextremes.zendesk.com/hc/en-us
  8. @Maxamii Try rolling back your nvidia driver to an older one. I've seen one or two reports of the current driver causing hardware error messages in WF.
  9. A few things to try in this thread.
  10. Try going to the same location in Windows and run a repair on .NET. Also, if you have an nvidia graphics card try rolling your drive back to the last version. I've seen a few comments about crashes on the latest.
  11. I don't know the numbers but DE said raid players were a single digit in terms of player percentages. As DE updated the game things kept breaking in raids and they were devoting too much dev time to fixing raids than they were happy with considering the low number of players actually playing them. Conclave doesn't keep breaking when they update stuff.
  12. It can take a while as support is very busy. Go into Start menu->Settings->Apps and search for "Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable". Uninstall any dates 2015-2019, both x86 and x64 (it is normal to not have them all). Now install both x86 and x64 from Microsoft below and see if that helps. https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/2977003/the-latest-supported-visual-c-downloads
  13. You are asking DE to rewrite all of their netcode and then throw away a bunch of their monthly profits to cure the odd host migration. That's a very expensive ask for very little gain (from DE's point of view) and I'm not surprised at all they haven't done this over the last 7 years. I'm fairly sure that the P2P system is what allows DE to update the game without downtime as well. Dedicated servers would have to be taken offline for patching. Optimising the P2P isn't really going to work either. Right now the host has most of the session info and in a bad host migration we all know you can lose your rewards. The correct solution would be to un-optimise so all of the squad has the session info so if a migration goes bad the session info is still pesent in whichever squad member takes over as host and rewards aren't lost. That's a 4x increase in session bandwidth which would be a disaster for those that have to pay by the GB for their internet or those with very low bandwidth.
  14. If you have done everything correctly I'd guess your ISP is doing something to your connection if it just started happening after that long.
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