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I'm away from home and I am unable to log on to Second Life...why?


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In his answer he asked me to add information...that's what I did...thank you for your response though...I added the info...I guess that didn't help. I guess it's the broadband in the place that I am in. I didn't mean to post a second thread...just made a mistake when trying to edit my question. Thank you for your help!!


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Ok check this out....i had this issue

and its fixed now


and look at the link miss loon has posted HERE IT IS




the log in fail link worked best for me...but i think you need to see the link that says Install crash

the second half worked for me...

 PLEASE read this section:



Firestorm "Locks Up" on "Initializing VFS"

If this occurs, chance are good that the inventory cache is corrupt. Deleting it should solve the problem.

  • Locate your cache folder. You will probably need to do this manually, if you are unable to log in. Use a file manager (like Windows Explorer for Windows system, Dolphin, or some such) to locate the cache folder. In its default location, the cache folder is hidden on most OSs. To find it, you will need to show hidden folders.Default cache locations are:
    • Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\[uSERNAME]\Local Settings\Application Data\Firestorm
    • Windows Vista: C:\Users\[uSERNAME]\AppData\Local\Firestorm
    • Windows 7: C:\Users\[uSERNAME]\AppData\Local\Firestorm
    • Mac: ~/Library/Caches/Firestorm
    • linux: ~/.firestorm/cache
  • In this folder, locate the files named data.db2.x.* and index.db2.x.* (where * is a digit: 0, 1, 2, etc; you may have more than one of each type of file)
  • Delete all files that match these two names.
  • Log back into SL, to a quiet region (try Hippo HollowAich or Hatton). Allow your inventory to repopulate fully.

Windows only: If the above doesn't work, then click the speaker icon in the system tray, then touch the volume slider, just enough to change the volume slightly. It may be that the Widnows sound system has stalled; this should “give it a kick”.

If the above fails, then try doing a full wipe of all settings.

i hope this helps

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