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#1 Sniper47

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Posted 29 July 2011 - 11:06 AM

Hi again,

Its been a long time since I last posted anything here.
Well I am in trouble again. This time it has something to do with ISP or router setting or my system.
I am a hard player of Bad Company 2. I play it from the beginning and had no problem. But now something has changed. The game started to lag(my ping has started raising and everytime I am the one with the highest ping and in the end game is nearly unplayable. I had like 100 ping on full servers and now with 6 ppl I am 300+. Is there any solution.My ISP says,that everything is OK on they side(connection etc.,I even force them to change my router for new.
My router is also connected with TV,but has nothing to do with it since there was no problem before.I have a feeling that my connection is unstable or maybe some broken reg files.. maybe some infection,I dont know.It would by nice to save me again so I can enjoy my PC.
I saw some videos on youtube (how to fix...) but I am not an expert to experiment with registry.Anyway,I blame ISP,I need to know wheres the problem,those ppl from my provider are horrible and unable/dont care to solve the problem,because its a game..Also tried to reinstall the game...
Another thing is,that sometimes when I watch videos from youtube(like soundtrack),after some time (after 15-30 videos) my system suddently crash to "blue screen of death".I dont know if this is the part of the problem.
So thats all for now.Hope its a problem,that can be fixed.
Thank You again.

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Posted 02 September 2011 - 11:17 AM

So please is here anyone to help me? :o

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Posted 05 September 2011 - 01:46 AM

Im having the same issues your having, my only guess is so many people playing it its flooding the servers, but Im not sure.

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Posted 10 September 2011 - 07:47 PM

Another thing is,that sometimes when I watch videos from youtube(like soundtrack),after some time (after 15-30 videos) my system suddently crash to "blue screen of death"



Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD)'s are usually caused by hardware and / or software. Sometimes also by malware.

May be worth going on this forum first "Am I infected? What do I do?",: and putting the symptoms in a new post (eg you error messages from your BSODs). Please note the "Forum rules" for that subtopic.

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