Free online games are popular, and, thus, many users have experienced some difficulties while trying to play a great game.
A user who posted the Free Games No Download Online issue on the Microsoft Answers forum stated:
> Hi, * I downloaded a game online, but it’s asking me to download the > “mmorpg”. I don’t have any problem opening the game and playing it, but it’s > telling me I have to download this “mmorpg” first in order to play. > Please help.
As you can see, this user is unable to play the game, so let’s see some resolutions.
- Downloading games for free online is a great alternative to buying them.
- Many users report issues when trying to download games for free, but we’ve got you covered.
- To fix these errors, change some settings in your browser or try using a different browser.
Check torrent file download status
- Download and Install uTorrent
- Start uTorrent.
- Open the Downloads tab.
- Right-click on the torrent file and select Show details.
- If the Download status is Finished, download the torrent again.
- If Download status is 0.00%, use the BitTorrent Repair Tool.
- Download the tool and install it.
- After the tool opens, click Repair.
Clear the torrent file’s cache
- Open the torrent file’s folder.
- Open its Properties.
- Click the General tab in the dialog box shown directly below.
- Click to clear the Files in the folder option.
- Open the torrent file’s folder, and press the F5 key.
- Press the Ctrl + F keys to open the Find dialog box.
- Enter the keyword No Download Online: Troubleshooting Guide in the Find text box.
- Press the Enter key.
- Click the file listed after searching No Download Online: Troubleshooting Guide.
- Right-click that file, and select the Delete option.
- To save space, delete the torrent’s old files.
Clear the Windows App Cache, Windows update cache, and Windows temporary files
- Press the Windows Key + R to open Run, enter appwiz.cpl in the text field, and click OK.
- Now, click the Advanced tab, and press the Delete button under the Files and Folders section.
- Press the Windows Key + I to open the Settings app, and select System from the left pane.
- Now, click the Advanced tab, and click the Clear button under the System Cache section.
- Now, click the Windows Key + S, and type system in the text field.
- Click on System (Enhanced) to open the System Properties window.
- Now, click on the Advanced tab, and click the Clear button under the Temporary Files section.
Disconnect from internet
- Uninstall Steam
Try installing the game on another PC
- Try reinstalling the game
- Try playing the game on another browser
- Try playing the game on a different PC
- Check your internet settings