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I want to play pc games

My game says i keep timeing out is it the router im using witch is a linksys wireless g broadband router or do i need to get a d-link router

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  • try this one Jun 27, 2008

    54mbs and wifi

  • Dave Rojas
    Dave Rojas May 11, 2010

    Sorry I forgot to ask what game and router model number it was as well?

  • Dave Rojas
    Dave Rojas May 11, 2010

    What is your connection speed to the router? If you hold the pointer over the two computers icon at the bottom of the screen it should pop up. Also are you connected via WiFi or cable?

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If u r using any gaming hardware like x-box or play station u need to open ports for that so contact linksys 24/7 tech support to open ports and even if u r not using hard ware just online games also contact them there are some ports to be oponed their no is

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