The location of my router needs to change. Can't reach it with a cable. My wifi signal is stable at 100% so I'm not sure a cable will make a difference. Its always seems to be peak times, like Saturday, that I have the problem. Im thinking it's may be the service provider but I'm wondering if DSL is normally ok
a cable'd connection will always operate more reliably than wi-fi. you are losing packets of info due to interference and loading a web-page you wouldn't notice it. but in a game those lost packets can cause havoc as the game tries to figure out where on the track you're supposed to be and whose right next to you and decide whether a collision should occur.
if you can't relocate the wireless gateway to plug into it, get a really long cable
Lol... I hear that, before I relocated 10 feet away I used to have 100ft cable ran to the basement......much much better than Wi-Fi.
I was just goofing off in the 24 hours of Le Mans endurance race. I had a few minutes to kill, and didn't plan on saving any of it. So it was mostly race cars, not all of them LMP's though. Interestingly enough, I left the downforce at the default. I have found that this car gets really difficult to handle when you increase it very much. I like a nice sticky, oversteery car, but even in the rain the Bull is tough to ride when the downforce is set high.
I have all 5 games, and have enjoyed GT since it came out!
I am autistic, but not always eloquent.
"Racing makes a heroin addiction seem like a vague wish for something salty" - Peter Egan
Not all curves that you brake for are corners that you turn for-Matterhorn....
im 20, i first was into NFS underground then NFS underground 2 then most wanted then carbon, then got into forza motorsport then didn't get into the GT series till now but i read that GT5 was much more realistic so i go GT5 release date and have't turned back since
I've been playing Gran Turismo since the first installment. After being a part of this game for all these years, Nothing feels quite like this game. Still 28 and goin strong, but still definately only 12 on the inside.
"Inside every man is a 12 year old boy" Richard Hammond...Top Gear...ya know, the good one, not that American crap!