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#1 Gonz_Wai

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Posted 09 November 2004 - 11:50 PM

Hows it goin, I have this annoying problem that i cannot figure out I definitaly need some help. Heres a little about my computer, its built by me it running windows xp proffesional...the problem im having is when I lets say open AOL instant messanger, and then i decide to check my email and open up my mullberry account which needs to connect and then lets say open a website up to browse, one or all of the connections will be lost..its really annoying im having trouble playing games i have on the internet, even searching the the internet takes for ever with a t3!! and all sorts of stuff. I thought of a few things is it my college campus not letting me use enough bandwidth....no....is it sp2...uninstalled it so no....is it my cable from the hub.....no....is it windows installed properly.....no totally reformated it...any help with this problem would be AWESOME.... What hardware in the computer might it be??? :thumbsup:

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Posted 10 November 2004 - 01:36 PM

Please post you question on the Windows XP/NT/2000/2003 board you will have a better chance getting help by doing so. :thumbsup:
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