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When I log into SL, it gets to connecting to region then stops?

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There's a possibility that the region you're attempting to log into in Second Life is down for a few minutes (it might be restarting). If Second Life just crashed or you were disconnected, it's possible you're attempting to log in from a bad location.

 

Try changing your login location and log in again.

 

If you're running a firewall or firewall/internet security software, it may have a security warning in the background that's interrupting Second Life's login process. You may have to reconfigure or disable this third-party software to use Second Life.

 

If you're using wireless networking, you may want to try a wired connection.

 

During periods of high activity, the login process may pause during Connecting to Region. In this case, wait for Second Life to return to the Login screen, or display an error message.

 

You might also try uninstalling Second Life, then installing it again from http://secondlife.com/download, to remove any temporary files that might affect the login process.

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There's a possibility that the region you're attempting to log into in Second Life is down for a few minutes (it might be restarting). If Second Life just crashed or you were disconnected, it's possible you're attempting to log in from a bad location.

 

Try changing your login location and log in again.

 

If you're running a firewall or firewall/internet security software, it may have a security warning in the background that's interrupting Second Life's login process. You may have to reconfigure or disable this third-party software to use Second Life.

 

If you're using wireless networking, you may want to try a wired connection.

 

During periods of high activity, the login process may pause during Connecting to Region. In this case, wait for Second Life to return to the Login screen, or display an error message.

 

You might also try uninstalling Second Life, then installing it again from http://secondlife.com/download, to remove any temporary files that might affect the login process.

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