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Always getting the message "client has been disconnected from server"
Its getting annoying. I'm trying to farm keys and it randomly drops.
This has problem has only risen since the last diablo update.
Wonder if anyone can help me out?
Is there a fix that I'm not aware of?
If it helps.
-I'm running windows 7 32bit
No virus scans/firewalls
Network is using.. atheros AR8151 driver version 22.214.171.124 (3/08/2011 - no updates available)
Using a Belkin play max n600 HD (f7d4401au) (its a router/modem running ADSL2+) plugged into directly into my gaming computer though an ethernet cable.
I'm in Australia Melbourne if that even matters.
and this is my trace route
Tracing route to 126.96.36.199 over a maximum of 30 hops
Same here been hapening for 2 weeks now i contacted bliz and they want me to send my trace back.. although im having the message cannont find path specified what do you type exactly in the CMD to do the trace.. if i hear anything or get something back from blizz ill let ya know.. they told me to try uninstalling my spy ware and also create a new user on computer but tried both and it dont work.. i reckon something is wrong in their server.
Edited by Ash#6744 on 11/10/2012 4:58 AM PST
Has anyone figured this out yet? I'm having the same issue it's getting rather unbearable... It's really annoying having to reconnect every 30-40 minutes.
I also did a trace route and got a very similar out come...
sigh, here's to hoping someone figures it out.
Same trashy play here as well. naturally my one day off................y cant i dc during H SOO farm or something boring rather than d3?
Im not even dcing from d3 just the game im in.......wtf
Edited by Nekrotic#1238 on 10/8/2014 5:03 PM PDT
another netowrk disconnect, i even deleted my WTF folders in WOW twice so I can save the blue the trouble of asking.
I also defragged my ssd just in case as well
The power going into my router works, i licked the end of the coord to test it.........
Edited by Nekrotic#1238 on 10/8/2014 7:15 PM PDT
You should not defrag your SSD. Unlike a magnetic disk where you have to wait for the drive heads to move and the disk to rotate around to the position that you need, SSD is purely memory so no seeking is required. Moving your data around is going to reduce the lifespan of your SSD and will give you only minimal performance gains. Not worth it.
Have you run any network diagnostic tools yet?
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