F1 2010 is another master piece by Codemasters, who have really made their name in racing genre with the games like Grid, and Dirt 2. F1 2010 has infamous LAN support for PC, and so can be played online with the help of any virtual network adapter like Hamachi or Tunngle. How you setup the game to work with Hamachi/Tunngle? read below.
F1 2010 Hamachi and Tunngle Guide
You need “Teknogods Beta 17” for F1 2010 to work with virtual private network adapters like Hamachi and Tunngle.
You can download Teknogods Beta 17 from here.
First off, delete teknogods.dll entry from App_Init_dlls, this is only needed if you used the older versions. Otherwise skip this step.
Run F1 2010.
The one who wants to host should launch F1 2010 and host the game. Host does not need to do anything else, not even use the “DLL loader”.
Those who want to connect to a hosted game need to minimize their game by pressing “Alt+Tab” key and start the TeknoGods loader(DLLLoad) file in archive you downloaded earlier.
You can also use TeknoHelper to setup everything automatically, it is included in the archive.
How to Setup Everything With TeknoHelper
Execute the teknohelper.exe and you will see that the program has 4 checks in place. Get VPN/Get All filter, click the button and it will check for all the VPN software, you have installed.
Once it has found any VPN, it will be displayed in the window above. Select Tunngle/Hamachi,VPN of your choice and click “Set Adapter Key” that is if you are haven’t had previous version of TeknoGods Beta installed.
If you had previous version of teknogods beta installed on your computer, click “Clear Registry Key” first for your selected VPN software, once it has deleted teknogods.dll entry from App_Init_dlls, click “Set Adapter Key”.
Once the registry key is set, you will see a green tick underneath second check. Now click “re(Start) Loader” to execute DLLLoad.exe, it will ask you to launch the game in 30 seconds, so go ahead and do so. Once all the four checks have green tick underneath, you have set up everything correctly.
Check Your Setup
Start the game. Press the ‘Home’ key. Then click settings, then Network Information. Next to Network Adapter it should say ‘Hamachi/Tunngle (registry override)’. Next to ‘Local IP Address’ it should show your Hamachi/Tunngle IP.
If everything is setup correctly, you are ready to play.
Navigate to Multiplayer>LAN>and Search for a game. When you have found the game, press F12 (for ping override) and you will hear “working”, join the game. Once you are in lobby, press F12 second time and you’ll hear “transfer complete”, you are in game, rock on.
- Make sure that Hamachi is at the top of priority list in your network connections.
- Obviously, both the host and the other players should be in the same network or room using Hamachi or Tunngle respectively.
- Your firewall should not block either your VPN (Hamachi ot Tunngle) or the game.
Update 28/9/10: Download Files Updated!! Download the new files to fix the crash issues.