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Hello, I run my computer on Windows 7 64x and the main issue im having is that basically any PC games that require me to login times out or auto disconnects as soon as I attempt to login, there is one game called Tibia that im able to type in the login information but quickly shoots out a disconnect. Another thing is a MUD game that uses telnet to connect to it, first it says connected and then it says disconnectd by server. So for some reason im able to connect but i get shot out quickly from what im logging into. I can still connect to the internet like normal, surprisingly im even able to login to things like yahoo and steam. Even in another game called Alien swarm im able to play it through steam and connect to the server without being disconnected.... The error i get from Tibia is...

Cannot Connect to a login server

Error: Disconnected from Server 200002

and the Error i get from the telnet mud is

Status: unable to connect to this site:
( #10053 ) The remote site did not respond with any data, local machine has dropped the connection, please reconnect.
Status: an attempt to reconnect will occur in 45 seconds.
Status: connection is closed.

I just find it interesting for the Mud that it actually connects and pulls up the login, then kills connection when i type it in...
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