Monday, June 3, 2013

RADS Error in Game!

Players of League of Legends are frequently receiving RADS error while playing game on their PC. In some cases the user does not have enough privileges to install or run anything correctly.

The solutions given below are helpful for running League of Legends successfully on your PC. Try these solutions if you are encountering RADS error on your PC.


· Check System Specifications

· Check for Windows Updates

· Login your System as Administrator

· Change UAC Settings

Check System Specifications

It could be reason that your system does not meet minimum system requirement to install the game. Match the specs given below with your system specifications:

· Processor: 3 GHz Processor

· RAM: 4GB (Windows 7)/ 2GB (Windows XP)

· Storage: Minimum of 12GB available hard disk

· Video Card: Geforce 8800 or equivalent

· DirectX Version: DirectX 9.oc or above

· .Net Framework: Updated version of Microsoft .NET Framework

· Adobe Product: Latest Version of Adobe Air

Check for Windows updates

To fix RADS error you should have Windows updates installed on your system. Follow the steps given below to install Windows Updates.

1. Click Start, type “UPDATE” in the Search box.

2. Click on Windows Update in the Search Results.

3. Click on “Check for Updates” in the left pane and wait for a while.

4. If you can see new updates in search list then select the important updates and install them.

5. Enter Administrator’s Password, if prompted.

Login your System as Administrator

Before you are installing anything on your system, make sure you are logged-in as an administrator. Follow the steps given below to check your account type and change it to Administrator:

1. Start Windows and type UserName and Password in the Welcome Screen.

2. On the Taskbar, click on Start and select Control Panel.

3. Click on User Accounts and Family Safety.

4. Click on User Accounts | Manage another account.

5. Enter Admin password for confirmation.

6. Your account type shall be displayed here through which you are logged on your system. If you are already logged as administrator, do not perform the next steps. If you are sort of Standard User or Normal User then change account type through steps given below.

7. Go to Start and select Control Panel.

8. Open User Accounts by clicking User Accounts

9. Now click on Manage User accounts and enter Admin Password, if prompted.

10. Click on Users under Users tab.

11. Click on User Account Name and select Properties.

12. Click on Group Membership and select the administrator group. Click OK | OK.

If your system is in workgroup then follow the steps given below.

1. Repeat Step 7 to 9.

2. Click on Account | Change Account Type

3. Select Account Type and click on Change Account Type.

Change UAC Settings

If problem persists after applying above solutions, you need to disable UAC. Follow the instructions given below to change UAC settings:

1. Click Start and Control Panel.

2. Click on User Accounts.

3. Click on Turn User Account Control On or Of in User Accounts Tasks window.

5. Click on YES if UAC dialogue box appears.

6. Click on Adjust UAC Settings in the Security section of Windows Solution Center page.

7. On User Account Control Settings page move the slider to Never notify to disable UAC

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