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COD mulitplayer problems


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OrCa

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ive justed upgraded my wirelss router to a faster speed one, and upgraded my wireless card also. the probelm is i play reguarly on COD mulitplayer and now whenever i am on a server, my ping varies between 999 and 30. i get warning's saying that the connection has been interupted, and i am not sure what is causing it, or how to fix it! would anyone have any suggestions?

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<<ASUS>>.LTC-OrCa :whistling:
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Hey <<ASUS>>.LTC OrCa,

First I will need you to type in the console (Can be allowed in Multiplayer Options) /rate

IF this is over 25000, change it to 10000. Depending on your connection speed this "Rate" will go higher or lower.

Jazza!

Edited by Jazza, 06 March 2007 - 03:08 AM.

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it said that the current rate was 4000, so ive typed in the rate at 10000, however that has not solved the problem. I can be in game, and it will be fine for a little bit then it goes to 999 ping, and states that the connection has been interupted. im completly confused. re-install? thats all i can think of. cheers for your help jazza, have you got any other ideas?

Edited by OrCa, 06 March 2007 - 11:05 AM.

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try updating the firmware for your router. That might help.
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