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Ok Im so frustrated right now. Whenever I sit I stand up and cannot move that the standing position. I cant walk, my arms wont move.... nothing! I have relogged 3 times and I have also revoked permissions which works until I sit down again. Someone please help me!!! Just to add that this also happens when I TP somewhere. I have also uninstalled and reinstalled and its still not working.
Both Second life & Firestorm viewers has flashed "froze'' during attempted logins to the SL-Grid that fail, to suspect software damage with viewer files. What would be the solution to "frozen" viewers to login successfully? My premium membership would be glad to fix this issue by 9/1/2017.
I am occasionally being disconnected from SL. I am typically running only Firestorm when in SL (no other applications active). The disconnect is always preceded by 1 to 2 minutes of Constant Intense Disk Activity ['CIDA' <grin>]. Occasionally, the CIDA is short enough that I do NOT get disconnected, meaning under a minute. During this CIDA period, I cannot move in SL, no screen info is updated (chat/radar, etc), I am essentially SL frozen. Typically, as soon as I'm dropped, the CIDA ceases and I am able to close Firestorm, restart it and resume my SL explorations. The situation does not happen every session, but seems most common when I enter a new area with lots of new textures/objects etc. My imagination takes me to "the texture cache just filled up and is going through a purge", but I don't know enough about the Firestorm cache to confidently defend this view. Other than this one thing, my SL experience is great... FPS seem good, response good, I can go hours and even a couple of sessions before the dreaded CIDA strikes, with its possible disconnection. I cannot associate any specific in-world actions (taking pictures, etc) that trigger the CIDA. I don't recall having the CIDA occur in any other application on my system. Any thoughts (or associated humorous stories) would be appreciated. BACKGROUND: System: i7 cpu, 4GB ram, Gforce GTX 970 4GB, Win7, 64bit. Network: Direct wired cable modem, speed commonly 20+GB down, 10+GB up to Tucon AZ. Firestorm: Max bandwidth 1500, Cache size 3072