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#1 Tybudd

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Posted 01 June 2010 - 10:15 PM

The only time I really use my Computer for long periods of time is when I play wow, otherwise, I browse for 20 min max, and I'm done.

Well when I'm playing WoW, I'm always also using Ventrilo. I dual box on my system, everynow and then I can be playing the game, and my whole internet connection drops. I get disconnected from WoW (both accounts) and I also get disconnected from Ventrilo. But immediately I can sign back on. The question is why, and what can I do to aviod it.

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OS: Windows 7
CPU: 3.16 Ghz E8500 core duo
ISP: Time Warner Cable (Rated 10 MBPS but on www.speedtest.net has never tested lower than 19 mbps for me)
Graphics Card: e-VGA 9800GTX 512mb


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Posted 02 June 2010 - 11:57 AM

How are you connected through WOW Ethernet or wireless.

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