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  1. Thank you for your time! It was actually because I was logged in upstairs.... I had actually logged off and tried down stairs and it still didnt work. However, it was just a matter of timing so Im guessing i just need to be logged off for a couple of minutes in order for it to completely realize Im not in an xat anymore. Thats all it was thankfully. Sorry for dragging you through this! I feel extremely illiterate but thank you for the help!
  2. Been searching for awhile and can't seem to find any answer particular with my problem. I have a few theories but here's whats going on. I just moved into spot with a roommate that already has internet established. Its comcast(bleh) but i brought in my computer, hooked up to XAT without any problem. However, there's a computer we have downstairs that does not want to fully connect. Ill jump into a chat, the chat connects, shows everyone in it and me as a guest. As soon as i click on anything in the chat it starts to "Connect" and then gives me the error message of "Network Problem - Connection Problem. You could try to start the chat again, sorry. (AT)". So i thought "Chrome can mess up at times" so I tried Microsoft Edge and it seems to have the same exact problem. As i said, i have another computer connected to the same network and has no problems. Im thinking it could be the firewall but don't seem to know how to bypass within Windows 10. Can someone help me out? If this has been asked a billion times i'm extremely sorry I just haven't really seen anything. Thank you in advance.
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