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DC9; DC16

Napisany przez Tekk, 22-06-2018, 16:52


DC9; DC16

Offline Tekk

#1
Hi. Can someone please explain to me how do I fix this fucking shit? Sorry for the language, but I'm simply tired of losing my time trials over and over again.

Worth to mention: It ONLY happens to me when I'm on THIS server. I don't lose my connection according to Discord and it always happens out of the sudden. Literally when it's the least expected thing.

Since May 10 I've been also playing on another big server*, and I've never seen it happening there. No pop-ups or DCs whatsoever. I once had a straight 6 hours long session, still completely fine.

Orbacle kindly provided me these two pictures, showing me the description, but I don't understand if the problem is actually on my end and/or what can be the possible cause:

   


   

Side note: My router is like only 2 months old and I'm fairly sure it doesn't overheat.

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Away bamers

#2
I feel bad for your situation,
it must piss you off

Getting disconnected during races is the worst

I had similar problem, however it was when I was using the university's wi-fi
So I connected, and use a VPN, however, I got many disconnect problems which caused me to get timed-out when playing on NFS:SA
and at the end, I just gave up using university's wi-fi

I tried also to connect and play on other servers in MTA, even SAMP, none of them gave those problems

I didn't know for sure the reason, but most probably caused by the huge size of resource used by NFS:SA and/or 

BUT, since you mentioned that you already tested playing BIG servers too,
well, I am sorry, I can't find any better information for the solution of your problem

maybe make sure that your internet provider stability AND your OS has no problem in the data package delivery of both directions
also check any software that may interfere your PC's communication with the NFS:SA server's address

that's the best I can think so far,
I hope I can be any of use
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Offline Tekk

#3
Thanks for your reply.

Well, see, first I thought that the problem was with my OS, so I re-installed it. That didn't help. Then I tested the game with and without my AV software. First on a fresh installed, clean system. Then I found that it still happening regardless, so I installed the AV back. I don't have any kind of fancy software installed here on my laptop. It's just the AV, Firefox, Discord, VLC, Notepad++, MTA and NFS:SA booster. Plus I don't have then running on the background (except for Discord) when I play the game. The system is Windows 7 (x64) Ultimate, so I guess things should be working fine. I also don't have any kind of fucky rules or exceptions set in my firewall, so I just I have no idea on what I should try next. Speaking of the ISP, no other programs been saying that I lost my connection and they kept working as usual. Things such as Discord been working fine even when the DC9/16 happened.

I wonder if I should change something in the MTA files, like if there's a client config maybe? I'm not a technician, but I've heard of things like choke and loss before, could be I had something similar, dunno. Will wait for some more replies before doing stuff blindly.
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Offline MatthewChow

#4
Just a question... What's the average ping values that you usually get?
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... Although that sounds kinda lame.
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Offline Tekk

#5
It's around 54 like 95% of the time. I've seen it going up to 61 a couple of times but that's about it. I also know that the connection is a 100 Mbit fiber, not sure if this is important information but anyways, hope this helps.
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Offline Rarti

#6
your internet speed is way above the recommended speed so that can't be the problem. maybe it's because of your country, try using vpn.
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Offline Akamataa

#7
How many ram u have? U can be disconnected becouse u are out of ram. Becouse this server use lot of ram for vinyls. Avoid Doherty and read this topic https://www.nfssa.com/thread-10687.html
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Offline MatthewChow

#8
What I was thinking was that maybe the game server and your computer were too far away and that was causing package drops, but, with a 50-60 ping it doesn't seem to be the case, it's within good values. Said that, I'm out of ideas.
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... Although that sounds kinda lame.
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Offline Tekk

#9
@Akamataa, I have 8GB of RAM here, dunno if that's good enough. I've tested the vinyls quality option back when I first installed NFS:SA booster. Regardless of me changing it from "High" down to "Medium" and "Low", my FPS remained the same, so I decided to keep it on "High" as it was originally suggested by the software (and because it looks better). When I tried to play w/o booster, MTA indeed was giving me those warnings (white cars, saying I should restart MTA) with time. (With booster, however, that doesn't happen at all.) Most of the time I had this DC thing happening to me in races, particularly time trials, not really around small/medium/big groups of players. But yeah, I'm still using that other garage in SF, just in case.

@MatthewChow, Here's a snapshot of the current session.
   

Anyways, I want to thank everyone for the replies. At least we tried. *shrug*

I already contacted my ISP and they gladly shared some common tips, such as restarting my router, but I already tried that months ago and it didn't help. Maybe at some point this DC thing will kindly f*ck off by itself, dunno.
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(23-06-2018, 13:14)MatthewChow Wrote: What I was thinking was that maybe the game server and your computer were too far away and that was causing package drops, but, with a 50-60 ping it doesn't seem to be the case
Actually, I am playing with 300-400 ms ping from the other side of the globe and never got this problem, besides regular disconnections due to connection being down.
Try using VPNs, can't think any other solution regarding this.
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