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My Second Life keeps on crashing.


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maybe try using another viewer, like ie singularity that is lighter and will maybe match better with your computer performance. 

btw, you still can unbox without rezzing the box : wear the box in your hand, edit the box, look in contents tab, and take the contents to your inventory. Better if before you create a new folder for them, then you just have to take them to this folder, it will be easier to find them later when you will need them :).

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maybe try using another viewer, like ie singularity that is lighter and will maybe match better with your computer performance. 

btw, you still can unbox without rezzing the box : wear the box in your hand, edit the box, look in contents tab, and take the contents to your inventory. Better if before you create a new folder for them, then you just have to take them to this folder, it will be easier to find them later when you will need them :).

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How do you know that your Internet connection is "good"? It may be good for simple things like e-mail, web browsing, and on-line games like WoW, but Second Life requires a much more stable connection. Interference or bandwidth loss on a wireless connection can break the connection to SL's servers. A long ping time can mean that your viewer times out and disconnects frequently. Large packet loss can corrupt data and result in poor rezzing and inventory disruption. Weak connections are a leading cause of problems like the ones you describe. See http://blog.nalates.net/2011/10/26/troubleshoot-your-sl-connection/

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well maybe try to reboot your router... what your laptop is saying to you about ur connection is about the connection between your router and your laptop... not about your internet connection..if you are connected with a wireless connection between your laptop and your router try to plug your laptop to your router.. and well, first try to reboot your router and see what happens.. then if it doesnt work try to plug your laptop...

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