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What big rollback?  If you're having trouble with all of those viewers, they aren't the problem, and it's unlikely that SL's servers are.  It more likely your Internet connection, especially since you didn't mention any error messages.  (Although you may have introduced some other errors by reinstalling, if you didn't do it cleanly.)  The first culprit to suspect is always your router.  If it's been a while since you rebooted it, do it now and reboot your modem too.  Routers tend to get messy RAM over time, so a reboot cleans them out and lets them get a firmer grasp on an IP address.  They also just get old, thanks in part to overheating.  I replaced mine a couple of years ago and was amazed by how much more stable SL was, all of a sudden.

Take a look at other connection issues here >>> http://blog.nalates.net/2011/10/26/troubleshoot-your-sl-connection/ .  Now, if you are really crashing, as opposed to disconnecting, take a look here too >>> http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/fs_run_crash

 

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What big rollback?  If you're having trouble with all of those viewers, they aren't the problem, and it's unlikely that SL's servers are.  It more likely your Internet connection, especially since you didn't mention any error messages.  (Although you may have introduced some other errors by reinstalling, if you didn't do it cleanly.)  The first culprit to suspect is always your router.  If it's been a while since you rebooted it, do it now and reboot your modem too.  Routers tend to get messy RAM over time, so a reboot cleans them out and lets them get a firmer grasp on an IP address.  They also just get old, thanks in part to overheating.  I replaced mine a couple of years ago and was amazed by how much more stable SL was, all of a sudden.

Take a look at other connection issues here >>> http://blog.nalates.net/2011/10/26/troubleshoot-your-sl-connection/ .  Now, if you are really crashing, as opposed to disconnecting, take a look here too >>> http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/fs_run_crash

 

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Maybe the Region needs to be restarted.

You could file a Ticket with Support, or, if it is a Private Region, ask the Owner.

Could be the land rebake for the path finding.

Have you tried to change your Start Location at the Login screen? Try a region named Smith.

You could create an Alt, see if that account works.

 

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