About 2 seconds after I logon to a server, I get that little disconnect symbol on the top left of my screen. I can't move, but I can see everybody else run around. Does anybody know what I need to do to fix this?
I'll take two... CPU's
I thought Erols was one of the best?
I think I might know what the problem.
If you have a fast ISP, it might not just be the ISP.
1/ If you have a phone pluged into the same line as your Internet line, take it out, as it maybe a new tech phone that drains power from the phone line which can stop fast data from transfering through the line.
2/ Check your Internet connection, if it's slow... well then that's bad luck, you will need to get yourself another ISP, or try finding a more local server that will work well with your ISP. There's lots of servers, try your own server, look at the web page for gaming, see if you can find anything...
3/ Whilst your in the game, follow my steps:
* Player Setup
You will have your name and everthing to select from, down the bottom there is a option 'connect speed'
Select your speed from the list. I currently have mine set as user defined.
Just play around with it all, if that all doesn't work, then sorry there's not much more I can tell you to help with your problem.
Good luck with it, and goodbye.
Check out this link on modems it may give a better understanding of what your expiriencing.
Also, heavy callers to your ISP cause frequent boots, I use Netzero.net in the USA, they have many local numbers and its free. If one number gives you a problem try another. By the way, they have an ad window which can be disabled with the right Reg field deletion. HAHA
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