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Disconnection problem in CSGO. Disconnecting after ~15mins.

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Gugisloco1337, Nov 14, 2017.

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  1. Gugisloco1337

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    Hello, a while back our internet started to behave weirdly and we had had a technician check it out but the problem returned some time later and the technician kinda fixed it and replaced our old router with a new one, supposedly. I started playing CS GO again after a long break but I did not have these kinds of problems before with the old router. So basically what happens is, whenever I play, my ping spikes up to 100+ or sometimes even is just 100+ all the time. And after some time of gameplay I get the red writing on the top right corner that warns me that there has been a connection problem. After this disconnect, I cannot rejoin the competitive game. I could do it once by restarting my router, but that is not an option anymore as it restarts the television and wifi for other users in my family. I do not want to come off as a rude person but Steam just gave me like 50 solutions and expected me to check out everything, but I just wanted 1 possible solution at a time, since I described my problem clearly and there shouldn't be that much more similar problems. By the way, the problem seems to be only when I am playing CS GO, whenever I am playing World of Warcraft for example I am not getting disconnected. I highly suspect that my internet provider or my router is causing this. Please help me, my friends are playing and getting ranks, but I am here playing League of Legends.
     
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