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Posted 09 July 2005 - 07:46 AM
If you are having problems with other sites and you want to determine if you are dropping packets please go to start>run> type in the word command and hit enter. You will then have a black dos prompt. You now need to type in ping -t www.yahoo.com and hit enter. Let this run for a good 3 or 4 minutes then hit cntrl+c this will stop the tes. You will see results for packets sent x recieved x lost x. If you are on highspeed and are dropping any packstes then you need to contact your ISP back and let them know this. If you are on dial up then it is more common to drop some packets but not alot.
I agree though it does sound like the site you are playing on is experiencing overload.
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