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some what of a game problem


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Blaze29a

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yes ummmm i just bought a nvidia geforce fx 5500 and i can run wolrd of war craft by it self but its when i sign on to aol then try to run world of warcraft my whole comp frezzes is it because of dial up or crappy aol or what cause come to think of it my little brother has the same prob on his comp with some games he can;t run aol diall up and play a game at the same time and he has a gateway so i kno ist not my comp (i hope) well if anyone can help please do


im runnin

windows xp
bout 480 rom free

bout 90-100 gb of space

pentium 4 2.49ghz

umm and yeah
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well, dial up and AOL are not going to do for WOW. I know that back in the day AOL was notorious for killing computers. Maybe try someone else?
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WHo would you reccomend???
because i won't be haveing high speed 4 a while
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Depends where you live?

Im from the UK, when i was on dial up i just stuck to Virgin or BT, but ISP thats not expensive and doesnt spam you up with their own software.
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