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kevinbeck12713
04-14-2009, 02:08 AM
Hi, sorry if there's already a thread on this, but my search bar isn't working.

My house has verizon wireless phone service and verizon internet with a wireless router/modem. My connection to XBL is through a wireless router as well. I've noticed every time my house gets a phone call, i'm kicked off of XBL. This has caused me great stress lately becausei can NEVER finish a game of Left 4 Dead and there seems like theres nothing i can do to stop it because i can't stop people from calling our house. Sorry, i don't know much about computers/tech, but any suggestions on whats going on or how i can fix it? thanks much.

Apple
04-14-2009, 02:13 AM
I'm not positive, but I'm pretty sure most home electronics use the same frequency. So if your phone (if wireless) is in use, it could be interrupting your Wireless Router's frequency and causing an unstable connection. Xbox's should never be hooked up wirelessly anyway, unless it's your only option.

Blind x360a
04-14-2009, 02:17 AM
I'm not positive, but I'm pretty sure most home electronics use the same frequency. So if your phone (if wireless) is in use, it could be interrupting your Wireless Router's frequency and causing an unstable connection. Xbox's should never be hooked up wirelessly anyway, unless it's your only option.

I use wireless, bruhhhhhh.


And everything works okay for me. :)
AND it's not my only option, I just go hard, you know how I do. ;)

Wii187
04-14-2009, 03:22 AM
Apple (holy crap is that a rainbow unicorn gamerpic!?!) is correct. Two possible solutions: 1. hardwire your 360 or 2. get new cordless phones that do not use 2.4 GHz frequency.

Apple
04-14-2009, 04:06 AM
I use wireless, bruhhhhhh.


And everything works okay for me. :)
AND it's not my only option, I just go hard, you know how I do. ;)

That would explain why you're known for having such a horrible connection, Mr. Dial-Up Pirate.

(holy crap is that a rainbow unicorn gamerpic!?!)

Damn straight. :p

CyanideBreathMint
04-14-2009, 04:10 AM
You must be on A/DSL then. Best thing to do is to call (I'd say while you're gaming but that'd just be mean) Verizon tech. support to find out your options. There will be a solution, but unfortunately I wouldn't know personally other than to suggest giving them a (hopefully) quick ring.

Glowin Smurff
04-14-2009, 04:18 AM
probably due to VOIP or some crap.