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Why do I keep on getting "Cannot create requested inventory message" for over the past month?


Yevgeny Varthader
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The message that you reported in your first post about this problem seems to have pointed in the right direction.  You have a problematic Internet connection, so your inventory is being corrupted on download or it is simply downloading incompletely.  Bandwidth is almost never the problem, but the connection's stability and reliability are.  You may be losing packets of data between the servers and your computer or you may have a bottleneck somewhere in the path that is delaying data transfer.  If you're using a wifi connection replace it with a direct cable if you can.  Many people have no trouble with wifi, but it's not recommended or supported by Linden Lab.  Try rebooting both your modem and your router and restarting everything to clear RAM and get a fresh grasp on your IP address.  Consider adding a new DNS server to whatever your ISP provided.  Google's gree DNS server works well for a lot of people.  If none of those steps works, consult Nalates's blog for more advanced suggestions.

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The message that you reported in your first post about this problem seems to have pointed in the right direction.  You have a problematic Internet connection, so your inventory is being corrupted on download or it is simply downloading incompletely.  Bandwidth is almost never the problem, but the connection's stability and reliability are.  You may be losing packets of data between the servers and your computer or you may have a bottleneck somewhere in the path that is delaying data transfer.  If you're using a wifi connection replace it with a direct cable if you can.  Many people have no trouble with wifi, but it's not recommended or supported by Linden Lab.  Try rebooting both your modem and your router and restarting everything to clear RAM and get a fresh grasp on your IP address.  Consider adding a new DNS server to whatever your ISP provided.  Google's gree DNS server works well for a lot of people.  If none of those steps works, consult Nalates's blog for more advanced suggestions.

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