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    I have a friend who uses a server. This particular server works OK during the day with only brief freezing, but right around 8PM every night it goes down the tubes and freezes to the point that its not worth watching. I am thinking that there has to be human error in this, either the person who monitors the server is at this time in never never land or has his equipment not set up properly. Since I don't know the slightest thing about it, could someone try and fill me in how this could be happening. My friend and I would much appreciate it. Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mellow View Post
    I have a friend who uses a server. This particular server works OK during the day with only brief freezing, but right around 8PM every night it goes down the tubes and freezes to the point that its not worth watching. I am thinking that there has to be human error in this, either the person who monitors the server is at this time in never never land or has his equipment not set up properly. Since I don't know the slightest thing about it, could someone try and fill me in how this could be happening. My friend and I would much appreciate it. Thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mellow View Post
    I have a friend who uses a server. This particular server works OK during the day with only brief freezing, but right around 8PM every night it goes down the tubes and freezes to the point that its not worth watching. I am thinking that there has to be human error in this, either the person who monitors the server is at this time in never never land or has his equipment not set up properly. Since I don't know the slightest thing about it, could someone try and fill me in how this could be happening. My friend and I would much appreciate it. Thanks in advance.
    during the day, most people work or out of the house, NOT watching TV. during the night, most people are at home AND watching TV. this is a server bandwidth issue. tell your CS provider (whoever that is) to upgrade his connection.
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    My guess this is UBC
    Your friend has a worm from UBC and maybe youll all get busted

    Choose carefully in life and dont bite the hand that feeds .

    One Day Everyone Will Learn
    By that time it maybe too late .

    The grass is always green on the otherside but it takes a man to learn by his mistakes in life .

    Translated to English - The guys who can help you knock down but they reallly are the masters and dont need to give - But they give to friends and kind people in life

    Boy 2008-0009 is going to be tuff
    Last edited by PhuketSatellite; 16th January 2008 at 20:35.

 

 

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