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Network Disconnect while playing WoW

DerrickDerrick Registered User regular
edited February 2007 in Help / Advice Forum
So this is just about odd so far as issues go.

I have a wireless connection right now. Specifically, a Belkin-G wireless. Anyways, whenever I try to play World of Warcraft, the entire network drops.

Now it's weird, because if my character is just standing there, it's fine. But when the character tries to interact with anything, poof. Dead.

I've allowed World of Warcraft as an exception in the windows firewall.

Tech support basically gets me to this page:

http://www.blizzard.com/support/wow/?id=aww01686p3

And then I'm pretty screwed because the wireless card doesn't have any of those options in the advanced tab aside from the powersaver option. Is there some kind of equivalent to the Checksum option for wireless cards? Does that only occur on ethernet? I have a Marvel Ethernet hook up with those options, but last time I tried WoW using the Ethernet it worked perfectly.

I would love to get the wireless running as it would save me a good bit of money. Can anyone help?

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