I don't know what's up. I play dozens of games online including many other Blizzard games.
This is what happens: I connect to Battle.net in StarCraft II. It lasts a few seconds. Then it says it lost the connection to B.net and tries to get it back.
When I exit out my whole internet connection is down. I can't visit sites or anything.
After experimenting I've discovered this ONLY happens and 100% of the time when I log into battle.net from StarCraft II. This game somehow manages to kill my internet connection when I log into it. It kills it for itself and for everything else. It doesn't fix until it stops being logged in or stops trying to relog automatically.
#2Damnation_6Posted 7/17/2010 10:42:59 AM
Maybe it's because the game isn't released yet? And Blizzard can device via their servers if you can play the game....?
Just a guess.
#3CrapFactory(Topic Creator)Posted 7/17/2010 11:37:25 AM
Did your second sentence make any sense?
#4BadassiaPosted 7/17/2010 12:06:18 PM
Nevermind his second sentence, his whole post really doesn't make any sense. The first sentence doesn't even belong as a response in this topic. --- Final Fenrir: is that little girl you lusted after hot?
#5SlaynPosted 7/17/2010 12:09:46 PM
That was not legible in any way. --- MH3: 1WRPAG - Slayn ( Add me! )
#9CrapFactory(Topic Creator)Posted 7/18/2010 7:57:32 AM
They want to make talking to them as hard as possible.
I can't log into any tech support forums for some reason. It won't let me post in them.
Their email replies are wholly useless. They're slow, clumsy and never help. I need to talk to someone face to face but when I go onto the tech support for my other games where this is possible they say they can't help and to go to SCII's incredibly unhelpful tech support which I can't talk to a real person at.
#10ZozmaSagePosted 7/18/2010 7:58:35 AM
It could be your connection isn't strong enough. If you put too much strain on a weak connection, it collapses. Same thing happened with Champions Online for me. I bought a better router and reciever and performance improved astronomically.