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You should provide much more information. Telepaths are on vacation (c).

What did write in the bat file, where did you place it? What is path of your config file? What error did you get? What happens when you start a server?
"it doesnt work" says nothing to me. Post a screenshot of server's console window.
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like this i wrote bat file like Lou post
the path is programfiles\lucasarts\jedi knight jedi academy\gamedata

how can i make server as dedicated not ip server?
 
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like this i wrote bat file like Lou post
the path is programfiles\lucasarts\jedi knight jedi academy\gamedata
Do you have Movie Battles installed in programfiles\lucasarts\jedi knight jedi academy\gamedata\MBII?
Are you able to play Movie Battles using jamp?
Are you sure you're running ONLY ONE instance of server?
Do you have
Code:
+set fs_game "MBII"
in your .bat file?
Add
Code:
+developer 1
to the .bat file, so your .bat file should looks like:
Code:
jampDed.exe +set fs_game "MBII" +set net_port 29070 +exec server.cfg +developer 1
start server again, post a new screenshot.
how can i make server as dedicated not ip server?
What do you mean?
 
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Do you have Movie Battles installed in programfiles\lucasarts\jedi knight jedi academy\gamedata\MBII?
Are you able to play Movie Battles using jamp?
Are you sure you're running ONLY ONE instance of server?
Do you have
Code:
+set fs_game "MBII"
in your .bat file?
Add
Code:
+developer 1
to the .bat file, so your .bat file should looks like:
Code:
jampDed.exe +set fs_game "MBII" +set net_port 29070 +exec server.cfg +developer 1
start server again, post a new screenshot.

What do you mean?
yeah i installed MBII
yeah i am able
yes i am sure
yes i have that code
i add it
i will post again
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same happens what should i do now?
 

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yeah i installed MBII
yeah i am able
yes i am sure
yes i have that code
i add it
i will post again
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same happens what should i do now?
Open file Jedi Academy\GameData\MBII\MBII.pk3 using WinRAR or WinZIP
Extract file jampgamex86.dll to Jedi Academy\GameData\MBII directory. If overwrite prompt appear, click Yes.
Extract file jampgamex86.dll to Jedi Academy\GameData directory. If overwrite prompt appear, click Yes.
i. e. you need to place that file in two folders.

Right-click on file Jedi Academy\GameData\MBII\jampgamex86.dll, Properties, make sure "Read only" is unchecked. If it isn't, uncheck and click OK.

btw where did you place jampDed? It should be in Jedi Academy\GameData.
 
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Open file Jedi Academy\GameData\MBII\MBII.pk3 using WinRAR or WinZIP
Extract file jampgamex86.dll to Jedi Academy\GameData\MBII directory. If overwrite prompt appear, click Yes.
Extract file jampgamex86.dll to Jedi Academy\GameData directory. If overwrite prompt appear, click Yes.
i. e. you need to place that file in two folders.

Right-click on file Jedi Academy\GameData\MBII\jampgamex86.dll, Properties, make sure "Read only" is unchecked. If it isn't, uncheck and click OK.

btw where did you place jampDed? It should be in Jedi Academy\GameData.
yeah i restarted but it doesnt work again is this only works for 32bit? cause i am 64 bit
 

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32-bit applications run fine on 64-bit ones on Windows.
 

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yeah i restarted but it doesnt work again is this only works for 32bit? cause i am 64 bit
Did you perform everything that I suggested?
sorry but 32 application doesnt works in 64
But it should.
Use said you can run Movie Battles using JAMP, but jamp also uses 32-bit library from mb2 packages.
And is your jamp 64-bit?

Anyway, try this:
Download https://builds.openjk.org/openjk-2016-01-11-4ad9ed4a-windows.zip
Extract openjkded.x86.exe to Jedi Academy\GameData.
Create a shortcut for openjkded.x86.exe.
Right click on that shortcut, add to command line:
Code:
+set dedicated 2 +set fs_game mbii +exec server.cfg +set net_port 29070 +logfile 1 +developer 1
Launch the shortcut.
Post a new screenshot of console window.

I hope output of openjk will be more informative...

Also, MB Launcher => Settings, check "Enable logging", Repair installation.
Post last log from Jedi Academy\GameData\MBII_Launcher\logs here.
 
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sorry but 32 application doesnt works in 64
I am very sorry, but Windows OSs let you run 32-bit applications in 64-bit OS. I am ready to bet that most of your programs are 32-bit applications though you may not even know this.
 
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Did you perform everything that I suggested?

But it should.
Use said you can run Movie Battles using JAMP, but jamp also uses 32-bit library from mb2 packages.
And is your jamp 64-bit?

Anyway, try this:
Download https://builds.openjk.org/openjk-2016-01-11-4ad9ed4a-windows.zip
Extract openjkded.x86.exe to Jedi Academy\GameData.
Create a shortcut for openjkded.x86.exe.
Right click on that shortcut, add to command line:
Code:
+set dedicated 2 +set fs_game mbii +exec server.cfg +set net_port 29070 +logfile 1 +developer 1
Launch the shortcut.
Post a new screenshot of console window.

I hope output of openjk will be more informative...

Also, MB Launcher => Settings, check "Enable logging", Repair installation.
Post last log from Jedi Academy\GameData\MBII_Launcher\logs here.
lol i didnt Enable logging thanks i will check and send the bvatch file

Did you perform everything that I suggested?

But it should.
Use said you can run Movie Battles using JAMP, but jamp also uses 32-bit library from mb2 packages.
And is your jamp 64-bit?

Anyway, try this:
Download https://builds.openjk.org/openjk-2016-01-11-4ad9ed4a-windows.zip
Extract openjkded.x86.exe to Jedi Academy\GameData.
Create a shortcut for openjkded.x86.exe.
Right click on that shortcut, add to command line:
Code:
+set dedicated 2 +set fs_game mbii +exec server.cfg +set net_port 29070 +logfile 1 +developer 1
Launch the shortcut.
Post a new screenshot of console window.

I hope output of openjk will be more informative...

Also, MB Launcher => Settings, check "Enable logging", Repair installation.
Post last log from Jedi Academy\GameData\MBII_Launcher\logs here.
ok i did it so is this working or not?
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Wrong.
That's how your shortcut should looks like:

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sorry but they are talking to me like

'"C:\Program Files (x86)\LucasArts\Star Wars Jedi Knight Jedi Academy\GameData\openjkded.x86.exe"+set' is wrong
what should i do?

sorry but they are talking to me like

'"C:\Program Files (x86)\LucasArts\Star Wars Jedi Knight Jedi Academy\GameData\openjkded.x86.exe"+set' is wrong
what should i do?
upload_2016-2-12_18-6-49.png
 
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That's weird o_O
Anyhow, try this:
Create a new .bat file in Jedi Academy\GameData.
Open that file and write this:
Code:
openjkded.x86 +set dedicated 2 +set fs_game mbii +exec server.cfg +set net_port 29070 +logfile 1 +developer 1
Run that .bat file.
Post a new screenshot of server console.
 

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And if the bat file won't work, try navigating to GameData in command line under Administrator, and then execute the line that Puppytine posted from there.
 

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And if the bat file won't work, try navigating to GameData in command line under Administrator, and then execute the line that Puppytine posted from there.
Yeah, admin rights... maybe jamp has them, and jampDed hasn't, and that's why jampDed failed to unpack dll.

@kim2004114, in addition to what I already suggested, you should also try this:
Right click on jampDed.exe => Properties => Compatibility => check Run this program as an Administrator => OK => Launch your previous .bat file.

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That's weird o_O
Anyhow, try this:
Create a new .bat file in Jedi Academy\GameData.
Open that file and write this:
Code:
openjkded.x86 +set dedicated 2 +set fs_game mbii +exec server.cfg +set net_port 29070 +logfile 1 +developer 1
Run that .bat file.
Post a new screenshot of server console.
what do i need to make the name of bat file?
 
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