Answered Luke_Griffin's question

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Luke_Griffin​

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This has been happening for the past 2-3 days. Im getting about 300 ping in other servers but in lawless I am getting over 2000. I've taken some of the most popular servers and checked them to make sure its not my internet problem. These servers are also hosted in the US..
Can someone diagnose the problem please?

 



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remove your cleo folder or any modification.
if it doesnt work then you need to format your PC
it happened me 1time . It was because the pc was crashed.
since now i have 150ping ig
 

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That's your Internet issue mate , contact your operator
 

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Issue is clearly network related, nothing to do with cleo files (LIke troy has said above)

We can find where the problem lies, go to command prompt and do a traceroute.

Type 'tracert 74.91.122.203'

Copy paste the results see and we'll see what the bad hops are.
 
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Internet issue mate,
No fucking shit??? stop posting if u don't know how to solve this, otherwise u are just an irrelevant tryhard trying to get a senior helper.



might be due to barney fucking around once again, making ur IP lag or some shit.
 
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LOOOOOOOOOOL

You forgot to strike out the "Mode" column, it clearly shows what servers they're hehehe.

Restart your PC, then open the samp client. Click on lrp wait for 5-6 seconds and then close and re-open samp. You're good to go
 
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Issue is clearly network related, nothing to do with cleo files (LIke troy has said above)

We can find where the problem lies, go to command prompt and do a traceroute.

Type 'tracert 74.91.122.203'
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