12-15-2013 03:16 AM
solved the issue. Go to your internet explorer. Go to settings TAB internet options. Once opened. Go to security tab and put safety level to normal with the slide bar.
REMOVE the web plugin via remove software and start up the game via origin. Download the webplugin and rock.
Have fun with the game..
A happy Daisy Cutter
01-09-2014 07:31 PM
I had the same problem as you and it looks like a lot of other people. The way I got around my problem was to not make internet explorer 11 my browser. I have put google chrome as my browser and I got Battlefield 4 and 3 working on my Windows 8.1 after also upgrading nvidia unistalling origin and also uninstalling punkbuster and all the other things that the post said I should do. By using google again, it worked.
01-12-2014 04:51 AM
For does of you who still have this problem
- Uninstall the Plugin (in control panel>uninstall) then delete the containing folder placed in: C:\Program Files (x86)\Battlelog Web Plugins
Fix for Mozilla FireFox:
- Install the latest plugin
- go to Addons (Firefox menu) -> Plugins
- Search for ESN AND Battlelog
- Set both to: always activated
- close firefox, start it again and it should be fine then
-Clear Browsing Data ( Settings/Privacy )
-Reinstalling the plugin by logging to Battlelog again
-In the search bar typing the following command: chrome://plugins
-Checking the box Always allowed for ESN Sonar API and Battlelog Game Launcher
-Restarting the Browser
-Log back into Battlelog via Origin (Play from Battlefield4 icon )
-Join a Server
For Internet Explorer 11
-Restart IE 11
-From Internet Options/General tab -> Clear Browsing data -> Delete button
-From Security tab, slide the bar to bottom -> Medium Protection
-In Trusted Sites -> .battlefield.com should be added along with battlelog.battlefield.com/bf4/ and battlelog.battlefield.com/bf3/
-It will require a System Restart in order for the 7 step to be applied.
-Log in again into Battlelog and download again the plugin.
-Join a server.
If you still have problems
For this you will need to contact Origin/EA support they will gladly help you whit this problem https://help.ea.com/en/origin go here press contact as give information press I still need help at the bottom of the page and then press start live chat and you will get a live chat whit an EA agent that will be glad to help you
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01-12-2014 06:14 AM
Perfect. Well done, buddy. Didn't need to mess around changing browsers. EVERYONE. Just do this. Many thanks, as I had already traded in my broken Xbox One copy for this.
04-04-2014 05:44 AM
Download the plugin
The box with "do it again" is just a question box.
Install the plugin.
Close the box
Refresh page or restart browser
Went away for a couple of weeks hoping they'd get their sh1t together... no such luck eh?
"Install the plugin" it says. Ok. "Do it again" it says. Ok. "Do it again" it says. Ok. "Do it again" it says. Ok, I'll clear the cache, uninstall, download AGAIN.
Run the game again. "Install the plugin" it says. Ok. "cannot download the plugin"....
04-04-2014 06:42 AM
Step - 1 ->
Simply uninstall the plugin. Clean your browser cookies and history and downloads and then reinstall the plugin (the latest one) .
In case you get into trouble again after following Step1,do the following
Step-2 -> Go to Origin client and login.
Step-3 -> Right Click on Battlefield 4 game.
Step-4 -> Click "Repair game"
In doing steps 2,3and 4 ,you do not require the disc or game installers.It will be done automatically.
And then repeat Step 1