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Purposely Lagging Out Of A Gears Of War 2 Match With A Mac Computer

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Game Modding' started by krspykreme2, Aug 9, 2009 with 2 replies and 862 views.

  1. krspykreme2

    krspykreme2 Newbie

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    If I wanted to lag out of a super laggy gow 2 online match on purpose, how would I do

    so? My xbox 360 is connected to my network via wireless adapter. I understand that I

    could just restart my modem or router, or just unplug the adapter so that I lag out.

    However, I want to be able to purposely lag out (without losing 1500 exp) of a laggy gow

    2 match by using an application on my mac. I have DoorStop X, but I don't know how to

    configure it for his task, and I don't know if using DoorStop X would even work for this.

    Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
     
  2. WishMaster

    WishMaster Enthusiast

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    Just download ZAP (ZoneAlarm Pro)
    Here is the link:
    ZoneAlarm by Check Point - Award winning PC Protection, Antivirus, Firewall, Anti-Spyware, Identity Protection, and much more.

    Once you have installed and all. Just both firewall to high, since you have added anyone and not yourself onto your zone in ZAP, your the only one who will lag out. =)

    Bridge your LAN and Wireless Connections.
    Start>Network>View Network Connections>Highlight both LAN and Wireless>Right-Click>Click "Bridge Connections".

    You will lose internet connection for a minute which is normal. If the connections does not come back up, restart your PC. If still no internet connection, turn off your router wait 30 seconds turn back on.
     
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    krspykreme2

    krspykreme2 Newbie

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    Thanks for the help. I appreciate it. However, I'm running a MACintosh and not a PC.

    However, I'll incorporate your advice use DoorStop X (Mac version of Zone Alarm Pro),

    and see what I can do.
     

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