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Rykel Kharg

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  1. I have been using a remote control to access my sub's #RLV folder and subfolders for a long time, using both Opencollar and iControl remotes. However for some unaccountable reason this does not work any longer. I am now unable to open the folder to reveal any subfolders in this way. Any explanation for the possible reason, and any suggestions for things that I could try to fix it, will be gratefully received. - Rykel Kharg
  2. I have found by trial and error that reducing complexity to zero improves the ability to teleport, which is less labored and less prone to crashing (provided one does not mind seeing jellydolls). I have also found Cool VC to be generally better and faster with teleports than Firestorm or Singularity.
  3. The activities of my avatar are running slow and laggy (and in some environments ultra-slow) – absolutely fatal for any sort of gaming activity. And the two viewers that I use have considerable difficulty in teleporting. Pheonix Firestorm is not as severely affected as Singularity, in fact at present the latter usually does not allow teleporting at all. With moving avatars and teleporting, after a certain time has elapsed both viewers involuntarily disconnect and log out. Occasionally the system simply crashes. In the case of Singularity, and even when my avatar is stationary and unmoving, it disconnects after a relatively short time. I have run various tests and implemented various measures, but nothing has resolved these problems thus far. The tests and measures I have tried include speed test, packet loss test, removing dust from the internal components and fan, relogging, turning the router off for 2 mins and on again, trying a different power socket for the router, lowering the network bandwidth setting, disabling RLV, disabling the firewall (viewer whitelisting), checking and lowering the avatar script number, flushing DNS. The computer is directly connected to the router using an ethernet cable. And I am using the default router supplied by my internet service provider, and am wondering if this is screwing up things. Would it be a good idea to get a new router? Any insights or suggestions will be gratefully received. My computer’s information data: OS Name Microsoft Windows 10 Pro (Version 10.0.17134) Manufacturer Hewlett-Packard System Type x64-based PC System SKU H6N49AA#ABG Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4770 CPU @ 3.40GHz, 3401 Mhz, 4 Cores, 8 Logic Processors BIOS Version AMI 80.07, 5/09/2013 SMBIOS Version 2.7 Embedded Controller Version 255.255 BIOS Mode UEFI Platform Role Desktop Secure Boot State On PCR7 Configuration Binding Not Possible System Directory C:\WINDOWS\system32 Boot Device \Device\HarddiskVolume2 Installed RAM 16.0 GB Total Memory 15.9 GB Available Memory 12.2 GB Total Virtual Memory 18.3 GB Available Virtual Memory 13.9 GB Page File Space 2.38 GB Page File C:\pagefile.sys Kernel DMA Protection Off Virtualization-based security Not enabled Device Encryption Support - Reasons for failed automatic device encryption: TPM is not usable, PCR7 binding is not supported, Hardware Security Test Interface failed - device is not InstantGo, Un-allowed DMA capable bus/device(s) detected, TPM is not usable. Hyper-V - VM Monitor Mode Extensions Yes Hyper-V - Second Level Address Translation Extensions Yes Hyper-V - Virtualization Enabled in Firmware No Hyper-V - Data Execution Protection Yes Average roundtrip time 23 ms Packet loss 0 % Speedtest Ping time 213 ms, Download 45.83 Mbps, Upload 13.38 Mbps
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