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Old 01-27-2009, 05:15 AM   #1
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Signed up to Second Life 2 days ago. At first - fine - then I started getting disconnected with 691 errors. Extensive checking with ISP reveal that nothing is amiss on their side - name and password all lowercase and accurate. So what's going on? Something in midstream is *catching* onto my username and altering it? Ran a trojan check - nothing. Clean cache.

This is a beaut. I keep on cleaning registry, logging off, restarting and have put SL on indifinite hold till I can sort this out.

Went to MS's take on this problem and it recommended Disable Hardware Flow Control - which for some reason I can't manage to do from their instructions. If anyone has any input on how to go about it - it would be very helpful.

Lastly - is there anyway to guage in real time what EXACTLY is going on with the data transfer and what is interrupting the connection in realtime?


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