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20 Human Paladin
Can anyone help me? I had my WoW downloader running for like 2 hours already. I know it's a huge download, but I'm on ethernet and it's super slow. I use AT&T as my ISP and I'm getting like 5 KB/s. However, I am downloading Starcraft II and Counter Strike Source and Team Fortress 2 at the same time. What is the problem and how can I fix it?
EDIT: the laptop I am going to run WoW on is a HP DV7-6163CL. I'm not sure if the internet card included in the laptop has anything to do with the low speeds I am getting.
Edited by Ossumtron on 12/4/2011 10:12 PM PST
Don't try for help here mate, if your lucky?? enough to get a blue here all you'll get is a few links to various tech issue forums that will make you jump through hoops for a non-result. open ports 1-100000, turn off certain anti-virus programs, make sure your not running anything in the background, maybe it's your ISP, did you sacrifice a goat last night? Whatever the condescending answer is, chances are it will net you no joy. Just grind out that 5 kbps and if your lucky swtor will be out before the download finishes.
See you on Korriban.
Try these steps:
1. Open Internet Explorer
2. Click tools
3. Click the Connections tab
4. Go to LAN settings
5. Uncheck Automatically Detect Settings
6. Press OK and exit your browser
If that does not work, I recommend you check your port forwarding. Here's a link that might help you: http://us.blizzard.com/support/article.xml?locale=en_US&articleId=21077
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