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Help please ping spikes and critical error messages


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colonel69

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Ok everytime i use the internet i get ping spikes every minute or so they last for about 6 seconds i have wireless internet and would really like some help please!
Also i play warcraft and every time it shuts down my game and says critcal error!
and then something about privelages!!!!!!!!
PLease sombody help me.
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colonel69

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ok fixed ping now the fatal error message!
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What is the exact message it says about "Privilages"?
Also, playing any online game on a wireless connection can lead to latency problems (ping spikes) even if, say, you have a cordless phone in your house or live somewhere where intereference would be a possibility.
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colonel69

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well i fixed the ping spikes the message says fatak error memory cannot be read insufficient access privalages or somthing like that.
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colonol

Could you copy down the exact message? An error that is "something like that" is not as helpful in researching your issue.

At the moment, I am not sure where the error is coming from, your videocard or memory

What kind of video card?

Why machines get too hot varies

Not enough fans, poorly calibrated sensors

Inadequate cooling on the CPU

download Everest Home

http://www.geekstogo...tion=show&id=13

unzip it, install it, and then save a report and ATTACH it to your next post.

To do this, go to FILE > SAVE AS

put it on your desktop and give it a file name

Now click the ADD REPLY button on the bottom of this thread, click the BROWSE button beneath the text bo and navigate to your desktop, select your file and click the OPEN button, and then click the ADD THIS ATTACHMENT button next to the BROWSE button

Click Add reply button
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colonel69

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ok their im pretty sure i got an invidia

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colonel69

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nvm its radeon
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