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hello all...i am trying to log in but as soon as i start viewer appears a message telling sl crashed


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Your ADSL connection may be fine for most things that you do, but could still not be good enough for SL.  SL had very high bandwidth expectations, and it requires an uninterrupted data stream for trading information between its servers and your client.  A small imterruption can produce lag.  Much more than that can cause a crash. 

First, verify that your system meets SL's recommended standards >>>  https://secondlife.com/my/support/system-requirements/index.php?lang=en-US.  Assuming that it does, then try rebooting your router and modem by unplugging both for a minute or more.  That will force them to grab a fresh IP address.  Be sure that your router's drivers are up to date too.  You can do a speed test on your ADSL line by going to http://www.myspeedtestonline.com/adsl-speedtest.html, or you can test other diagnostics at https://support.secondlife.com/sys-test/  (PC only, no Macs :smileysad: ).  

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Your ADSL connection may be fine for most things that you do, but could still not be good enough for SL.  SL had very high bandwidth expectations, and it requires an uninterrupted data stream for trading information between its servers and your client.  A small imterruption can produce lag.  Much more than that can cause a crash. 

First, verify that your system meets SL's recommended standards >>>  https://secondlife.com/my/support/system-requirements/index.php?lang=en-US.  Assuming that it does, then try rebooting your router and modem by unplugging both for a minute or more.  That will force them to grab a fresh IP address.  Be sure that your router's drivers are up to date too.  You can do a speed test on your ADSL line by going to http://www.myspeedtestonline.com/adsl-speedtest.html, or you can test other diagnostics at https://support.secondlife.com/sys-test/  (PC only, no Macs :smileysad: ).  

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