Question about Computers & Internet
Many things could lead to the problem you described, starting with a problem in your router (if you use one), the connection of your headset, or some restrictions your Internet service provider applies regarding internet voice traffic.
There are three things I would try and see if they fix your problem:
Download the patch from here, extract it and double-click the .exe file. Type y (for "yes"). Windows will complain and ask you if you really want to allow that. Yes, you do!
Reboot your computer.
Run the patch again and if it ask's you "Do you really want to change your limit to 10?" type n (for "no"). This way you see that the patch is really applied.
What the patch does, is to replace theTCPIP.SYS file, which is located in C:WINDOWSsystem32drivers. It makes a backup of the file (called TCPIP.SYS.ORIGINAL) and writes a new file. So if this change is not ok with you, all you do is to delete TCPIP.SYS and rename TCPIP.SYS.ORIGINAL back to TCPIP.SYS (or apply the patch again).
Please let me know if this was helpful to you. If you have any more questions, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.
Posted on May 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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