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If you are having lag problems with Tanki Online crashing while you are playing you should follow the steps below to improve your gameplay!
  • Use full-screen mode. (Does your game lag? There is a solution!)
  • Clean your Flash player cache. (How to clear your Flash player cache)
  • Clean your Browser cache. (How to clear your browser cache)
  • Clean your registry
  • Try refreshing the page using F5, on your keyboard
  • Try changing your browser. Browsers can be downloaded at their official sites
  • Remove all your downloads, which you've carried out using torrent, limewire, etc.
  • Turn off all applications that use the network bandwidth
  • Turn off the antivirus that could slow down the connection
  • Check your internet connection, check the speed of your Internet connection (For example, try visiting this site: SpeedTest)If your download speed is low, files will load slowly. We recommend a minimum connection speed of 256 kbps
  • Clean up old and useless files, caches and similar using special programs (For example, try using this program: CCleaner)
  • Increases your FPS (frames per second). (Tanki crashes all the time! What do I do? How do I raise my FPS?)
  • If you use laptop with wireless connection try to use Ethernet cable to increase the speed connection
  • Play in server with few people connected.
  • Try running Tanki Online as a separate application. (To run Tanki Online as a separate application)
  • Clear your Shared Objects. (How to clear Shared Objects)
  • Try playing through http://fix.tankionline.com/ (or put any other word (subdomain) in front of ".tankionline", for example your nickname - this starts the game in a new, fresh state


Advanced measures:


- Clear your DNS cache
Your DNS cache stores the locations (IP addresses) of webservers that contain pages which you have recently viewed. If the location of the web server changes before the entry in your DNS cache updates, you will be unable to access the site.
If you encounter a large number of HTML 404 error codes, you may need to clear your DNS cache. Once you clear your DNS cache, your computer will query nameservers for the new DNS information.

How to clear your DNS cache:
1. Click the Start button.
2. Search for "cmd".
3. Right-click on "Command prompt" and choose Run as Administrator.
4. Type the following command and press Enter: ipconfig /flushdns
5. If the command was successfull, you'll see the following message: Windows IP configuration successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache.


- Disable TCP/IP Auto-Tuning
The TCP Auto-Tuning feature enables TCP window scaling by default so the TCP receive window size is automatically tuned for each individual connection based on the bandwidth delay product (BDP) and the rate at which the application reads data from the connection. As a result, there is no longer need in manually changing the TcpWindowSize registry key value which applies to all connection. Theoretically, with TCP Auto-Tuning feature enabled network connection throughput in Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 2008 should be set up for the best performance and efficiency without any registry tweaks or hacks. However, this is not always the case, and may cause some Internet related issues and problems. The possible solution - disable the TCP/IP Auto-Tuning. That way, the TCP Window Size will always be at the default value without ability to optimize it for each connection. In most cases, disabling this setting won't cause any negative effects, but if you experience problems, you should enable it back.

How to disable the TCP/IP Auto-Tuning:
1. Click the Start button.
2. Search for "cmd".
3. Right-click on "Command prompt" and choose Run as Administrator.
4. Type the following command and press Enter: netsh interface tcp set global autotuning=disabled

How to enable back the TCP/IP Auto-Tuning:
1. Click the Start button.
2. Search for "cmd".
3. Right-click on "Command prompt" and choose Run as Administrator.
4. Type the following command and press Enter: netsh interface tcp set global autotuning=normal


- Change the size of the reservable bandwidth by the system from the Qos Packet Scheduler
This setting determines the percentage of connection bandwidth that the system can reserve. This value limits the combined bandwidth reservations of all programs running on the system. By default, the Packet Scheduler limits the system to 20 percent of the bandwidth of a connection, but you can use this setting to override the default. If you enable this setting, you can use the "Bandwidth limit" box to adjust the amount of bandwidth the system can reserve. If you disable this setting or do not configure it, the system uses the default value of 20 percent of the connection. The 20% of your bandwidth is reserved only when QoS tasks are running. When no QoS task is running, by default you have access to 100% of your bandwidth. So by going forward with removing the 20% reserve, essentially you wouldn't be recovering all 20% of your bandwidth; you would be recovering the piece of the 20% that is wasted and unused when a QoS task is running. On home networks, this setting doesn't change anything, it's only worthwhile on larger networks. If you have a larger network, altering this setting may result in access to more of your bandwidth, which, in short, means better connection.

How to change the size of the reservable bandwidth:
1. Click the Start button.
2. Search for "gpedit.msc" and press Enter.
3. Expand the "Local computer policy" branch.
4. Expand the "Administrative templates" branch.
5. Expand the "network branch".
4. Select the "QoS Packet Scheduler" on the left side.
5. On the right side, double click the "Limit reservable bandwidth" setting.
6. On setting tab, choose "Enabled".
7. Below, where it says "Bandwidth limit (%)", type 0.
8. Click Apply and then OK.
Effect is immediate on some systems, some need to reboot.

How to reset the size of the reservable bandwidth:
1. Click the Start button.
2. Search for "gpedit.msc" and press Enter.
3. Expand the "Local computer policy" branch.
4. Expand the "Administrative templates" branch.
5. Expand the "network branch".
4. Select the "QoS Packet Scheduler" on the left side.
5. On the right side, double click the "Limit reservable bandwidth" setting.
6. On setting tab, choose "Disabled". This will force the QoS to reset the setting back to default value.
7. Click Apply and then OK.
Effect is immediate on some systems, some need to reboot.


Yeah Semyon. + 1 Vote up :-)
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~Darren4Turbo
This is how nickname change was done in the past : the name changing player was to register a new account with the desired name, and the Tanki Online technical support staff were to manually transfer all the data into it: guns, hulls , paint, experience and game currency. Often, players used the opportunity to clear their bad karma logs as it was impossible to move them. Now the procedure is simpler: a new account is not required to change the nickname you need only to choose an available and inconsistent with the rules of the game name and give it the name of the specialist technical support help@tankionline.com . The account – including all of its history – only the name in the game will change.
The service cost 100 000 crystals.