zenlessyank wrote:Scan for malware. Check your hosts file. Check/reset your NIC drivers. Check windows logs for errors.
Google is your friend. Well, in this case.
Anyways, if you are askin' these kinds of questions then you may be in over your head. Not tryin to be a jerk, but network issues are usually the most complicated and can't be easily rectified with a simple 'do this ' answer.
UberGerbil wrote:Is it forwarding the necessary ports for those services? (Eg steam)
I meant in your wireless router. If that is sitting between your computer and the device that's actually connecting to the internet (whether that''s your modem or cell phone) then it's (probably) doing NAT and you have to have the ports open on it. It's possible you had those open before and they got reset -- though presumably you'd remember doing that the last time.southrncomfortjm wrote:Where would I check for that? Windows Firewall has no outbound rules. Inbound has entries for Guild wars 2 and steam. Should I be looking somewhere else? I'm guessing so, since disabling windows firewall doesn't fix the issue.UberGerbil wrote:Is it forwarding the necessary ports for those services? (Eg steam)
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