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Old Apr 17, 2011, 11:54 PM // 23:54   #1
Ascalonian Squire
Join Date: Mar 2010
Guild: Alliance of Royal Knights (ARK)
Profession: W/Mo

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I have my laptop connected to a wired ethernet internet connection and I try to open guild wars. It opens as usual and I type in my login info and etc. I press enter, it shows me my characters, I select which one I want. Enter...And it just stays 0% and doesn't load the outpost. An then it gives me a message a few minutes later saying Code=007

Why isn't Guild Wars loading and entering in while connected to a wired ethernet cable internet connection?
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Old Apr 18, 2011, 12:30 AM // 00:30   #2
Pre-Searing Cadet
Join Date: Jan 2008

Try the wiki...
"These error codes indicates a connection error. This means the connection between your PC and the server was interrupted, or never established. The problem may be on your system (firewall, router, modem, etc.), with your ISP or a connection problem at the server. "
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Old Apr 18, 2011, 01:18 AM // 01:18   #3
Furnace Stoker
Join Date: Oct 2006
Guild: GWAR
Profession: Me/Mo

Suggest running GW in a window rather than full screen that way you will see any warning from your firewall.
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