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Rik111

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i'm running wireless G linksys (both card and router). i can browse the internet just fine, i can even play certain games perfectly fine, (counterstrike, Age of Mythology, Warcraft III), but other games i cant stay on for more than 5-10 minutes and i disconnect (Guild Wars, Neverwinter Nights). the only clue that i get is when i try to repair the connection, it says "TCP/IP is not enabled for this connection. Cannot Proceed." i think it has something to do with the settings of the router? or maybe just the computer? because i have other computers hooked up and no problems there...
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Hey Rik111


When you run these games are other people on the net aswell because some games require more internet speed than other such as Age of Mythology also check your settings on the games

Happy gaming
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yes, more people are on the network than just me, but the other computers are running the same game O.o

:whistling:
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please help! i have this same exact problem with FFXI:(
i've been searching forums for answers, but most threads don't get more than a few posts with no solutions.

is it really because the connection is too slow?
i also share a network, but i download files/pages pretty quickly..

also, this problem just started recently...i can't think of any changes i've made that could have caused it.
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