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Need some help
I did a lot of searching and asking and I haven't found anyone with a similar problem with an answer.
Lately when I try to host or join other peoples games, I can play just fine for awhile, then randomly it could either be in the tavern or in game on the last level I get kicked with the following error "Connection with the host has timed out" and it just puts me back into the main menu, this hasn't happened to me since I had the game, I have tried resetting my router, putting my PS3 in DMZ, enabling UPnP on my PS3 and my router, and so far nothing works. It happens on both wireless and a wired connection. I have a ubee router/modem all in one deal (bright house). I hope someone can get back to me with an answer soon!
Thanks for your time
1. You can delete your cookies and cache from the internet browseron your ps3
2. when this happen usually the host also lost connection when you
3. this happen alot on Misty with 4 players
5. a person in your party can have a very bad connection
6. This also happens on alot of stages where you are doing pure stadegy or survival, mixmode
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it might because you have too much memory... like i had too many downloadable games downloaded and it was slow and laggy but after i deleted some it became much faster and less laggy
Yeah mostly not enough room for memory or just simple connection problem. Try going to wired if your wireless and see if problem proceeds
Originally Posted by Brian_810
My name is Gary and I work for Bright House Networks. This probably has nothing to do with your software. If you want to reach out to me directly at BHNtechXpert@mybrighthouse.com or PM me here. Either way include your modem MAC address so I can pull modem stats and detemine whats going on. I'll be in touch after that.