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Xbox live when i play games like call of duty it goes on line easy but i downloaded new call of duty it was going on line with no problem an now it tell me cant connect to xbox live do a test connection i did and everything is fine untill the (nat) comes up as open but i still can play online games and not the downloaded games how can i fix it

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    when i sign in to my gold account on fifa 09 on xbox live for some reason in the start arena no matter how close to goal i get the ball never gos on target and shoots or passes well wide its only started doin this about a week ago when i sign in with my brothers account hes works fine i av tryed every think and carnt seem to get it to work can any one help me plzzz??? am also running on 20meg broadband speed so dnt think its owt to do with my internet what i first fort

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I think because it was a BETA. They just wanted feed back, so they can tweak with the COD 5 game. That same thing happen when Halo 3 BETA came out after several week you couldn't play it no more. I have the same problem, ask your online buddies and see if they can get on. Hope that helps.

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