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When the Virtual File System fails to load, it can often be because your inventory cache is corrupted.  That's one of the few times when it actually makes sense to delete the cache and force the servers to create a new one. Take a look at http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/fs_install_crash

That does beg the question of how the cache was corrupted in the first place.  That can be because you have a crummy Internet connection. It is almost certainly fast enough.  Bandwidth is almost never a problem, but the connection could be flaky and unreliable.  You may need to reboot your modem and router, at least.

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