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seemingly random bandwidth interruption


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sandcrab2

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seemingly at random my modem decides that it doesnt like to let me play guild wars, usually in the middle of a GvG or HoH or something. What happens is everything freezes, and the client crashes. When this happens, everything else, like my AIM, firefox, downloads, anything (not all at once of course) stop working also. I've tried to the best of my ability, however small it may be, to rule out software problems, but i am no malware expert. I reinstalled my modem software in vain. This is getting quite annoying, so any help would be greatly appreciated. :whistling: :blink: :help:

Do i need sysspec logs or HJT logs or something? Ill run some diagnostic stuff if it helps you help me.

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Sandcrab :)
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is it a dial up modem or something like cable or adsl? because dail up tends to be quite unrelyable...
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Knowing what your connection is will help a lot. It seems like a very unreliable connection/signal which is dipping in and out.

Repost this in the Malware forums as well to see if someone there has seen this before :whistling:
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