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I don't know if it's my ISP or what exactly, but for the past two days I've been getting "interrupts". For example in WoW (yes I play WoW, sue me) there's moments where I'm healing a 5 man raid party and it's just "stuck" on a spell and frozen movement, then all of a sudden time catches up to me and everyone's 100 yards ahead and half dead. My internet music will cut out in iTunes and I'm forced to quit iTunes cause I can't stop the attempt of buffereng the stream. I have a netgear wireless router if that makes any difference?
post #2 of 6
You have give zero (0) information about your setup:
  • Nothing about your hardware.
  • Nothing about your OS.
  • Nothing about the free capacity on your hard drive.
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post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 
Woops sorry... It's a 2010 iMac, OSX Lion, and 600 gigs free HD space.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Me View Post

You have give zero (0) information about your setup:

I don't think that matters, though. It reads to me like a textbook server-side or ISP hardware problem.

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post #5 of 6
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Originally Posted by madcat75 View Post

Woops sorry... It's a 2010 iMac, OSX Lion, and 600 gigs free HD space.

How is your Internet experience otherwise?
post #6 of 6
Have you tried power cycling (turning off and unplugging for 30 seconds) your router?
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