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Suddenly the viewer tells video driver is wrong!


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If nothing has changed on your system, it can only be a viewer's glitch or a temporary issue with your router. First unplug it and restart it after a few minutes, restart your computer and connect to the Web to refresh your IP.

If doesn't fix it, you may delete all the Second Life files and do a clean reinstall of a fresh version of the viewer. See these intructions (from the Phoenix tema but they work for ant viewer):

http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/doku.php?id=clean_reinstall

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If nothing has changed on your system, it can only be a viewer's glitch or a temporary issue with your router. First unplug it and restart it after a few minutes, restart your computer and connect to the Web to refresh your IP.

If doesn't fix it, you may delete all the Second Life files and do a clean reinstall of a fresh version of the viewer. See these intructions (from the Phoenix tema but they work for ant viewer):

http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/doku.php?id=clean_reinstall

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