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Removed player 'Squawkbox' from FS2004 session

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Hello, I've seen one or two posts similar to this on here, but with no solution. I've been online flying for 3 years without a problem, until now. Everything works perfectly, sbrelay connects, fs multiplayer loads fine, Squawkbox loads and connects. Now, after about 1 or 2 minutes, I see a scrolling text in fs2004 reading "squawkbox has left the session" And in sbrelay it reads "Removed player 'Squawkbox' from FS2004 session". I can still however fly perfectly, communicate with ATC, they can hear me with no trouble. I can see tcas traffic. I just can't see other aircraft, or communicate by text in the fs2004 multiplayer chat window. This is a new problem for me after installing service pack 2 for winxp. I find everything runs better but I would like to see traffic again. SO I disabled XP fire wall (I only use the xp firewall) with no help. With it on, I have all programs that work with fs2004 as exeptions. I knew that re installing the software woudn't help but I tried anyway.... still nothing. Any help would be great. I'm convinced that I don't have to uninstall SP2 to get this to work since many users have no prob. My specs:p4 3.0 HTASUS p4c800 deluxeRadeon 9800pro1.0 gig RamWINxp SP2Lets try and figure this out for others who share my problem, and so I can enjoy online flying again! ThanksPaul

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Hello Paul,unfortunately I can not offer help...But I have exactely the same problem, and I have no Idea what I did wrong to create this behavior. Before everything worked fine for me. I have the feeling it happened out of the blue sky. I would be glad if anybody can offer help.Thanks,George

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Hi guysI am sorry you are having this problemMy only advice would be to reinstall squawkbox as i have never come across this problem b4I will try and find an answer thoughShane

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do you have more than 1 network card installed? If so, disable the one you arent using. This should fix your problem.TC

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