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nikhil

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#1 13 years ago

I've been having trouble with multiplayer for about a day now. BC can't connect to the Gamespy server. I originally thought it was a problem with the game, but when I tried to play Halo online, it couldn't connect to the gamespy server either. Are the gamespy servers down, or is it a problem with my computer?




USS Houstoun-A

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#2 13 years ago

can you surf the internet?




nikhil

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#3 13 years ago

Yes, but I have to use Firefox because I get spyware from IE. My friend accidentally used it a couple days ago, and I can't access a lot of sites I used to be able to, in IE or Firefox. Using IE also causes my internet to slow down in both browsers.




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#4 13 years ago

You might try turning off your System Restore, (I assume your running WinXP) then cleaning your system of Spy/addware and viruses. I say to shut down the system Restore because some spywhere, adware and viruses can inbed them selves in thouse points. After cleaning, turn it back on. Thats where I'd start anyways, helped my net problems a couple of times.




FN_lewrbm69

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#5 13 years ago
USS Houstoun-Acan you surf the internet?

hummm, he did make the first post might give us a clue(never know he has a more than 1 computer i got 7) ok well man have u tryed to reinstall gamespy or updating u might have a old master server list(might even bein deleated in BC folder)




nikhil

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#6 13 years ago

I never installed Gamespy, I guess it just installed with BC. How do you update?




nikhil

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#7 13 years ago

Turbo 4, I tried what you said and turned off the system restore. I scanned with Ad-Aware SE and Microsoft Anti-Spyware, but it didn't help.