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Can't stay connected to Pal Talk

I've been talkin on Pal Talk over a year on this laptop, and just the last couple of days it wont let me stay connected on there and gives me this message.
Windows is checking solutions

PalTalk has stopped working.

A problem caused the program to stop working correcctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available.

What do you think is the problem?

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You are banned .. probably multiple room bans lead to the situation going higher and Pal have a code for trouble makers to keep them offline away from pal .. it doesn't get talked about but it happens all the time .. program glitches no room lists getting pinged for bad connection warnings when when everything is just set perfect .. your band .. it will take about 2 months to get things back to normal again .. sorry but your are banned by the admin of paltalk

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