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My computer will not connect to any online servers

December 25, 2011 at 19:41:56
Specs: Windows XP

Hello guys, I've seen this website work wonders for many, so i thought I may give it a shot.

well first of all, My computer is being a very annoying piece of machinery, it refuses to join any servers, I'll paint out a picture, for example, When I attempt to play Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare, I can not establish a connection to the master server. No servers are displayed. furthermore another example, When accessing Battlefield: Bad Company 2 I attempt to log in, and I can not connect to the EA Live, or whatever It is called. And only recently I purchased Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 And I try the online feature, and nonetheless it will not establish a connection to the online service, however the odd thing is, I can connect to the web, Facebook, video streaming, browsing.

This really is an odd problem, And it has only just occurred in the last week or so perhaps fortnight, for I never had these problems in the past, please all you, clever people, with the brain to work these problems out, is their a solution to my issue, I've tried disabling Firewall, I've checked for viruses, and I have also, removed any programs I have installed in the last few weeks, to see if they were causing the issue. It's disappointing to not be able to use my internet to its full extent and furthermore have half the value of my purchased game. If anyone has any ideas, please throw it my way, thank you for your time, And a Merry Christmas to all of you (:


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December 26, 2011 at 01:56:19

whats ur router? in call of duty modern warfare and modern warfare 3 u should c a NAT type:open is it open, strict or closed?
if its strict then ur router does not have the correct ports open for it to forward the connection. same goes for closed.
post back the results so that we can provide more help :)

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