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Cleared cache 3times. Inventory refusing to load all my items from server. Help


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How did you clear cache?  If you just used the Clear Cache button in Preferences, you probably didn't do a clean job of it.  Do it carefully and "manually", like this >>> http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/fs_cache_clear

IMO, the most important part of those instructions is the sentence that says, "While inventory repopulates, do not teleport anywhere, and do not attempt to access anything in your inventory."   Just be patient.

If you are having this much trouble, you should be asking how your cache gets so messed up in the first place.  It almost always happens because you have a weak, unreliable Internet connection.  I'm not talking about bandwidth.  You can have great bandwidth, but if the connection is losing data or you are getting interference or the signal is being partly blocked, you'll get a bad download of your inventory.  The first step is to avoid wireless, which can cause all of those problems. Use a direct LAN cable connection to your router, and from there to your ISP's cable or DSN connection. Then, reboot your router to clear its RAM.  Just unplug it from the power for a few minutes, then plug it back in and restart your computer. 

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How did you clear cache?  If you just used the Clear Cache button in Preferences, you probably didn't do a clean job of it.  Do it carefully and "manually", like this >>> http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/fs_cache_clear

IMO, the most important part of those instructions is the sentence that says, "While inventory repopulates, do not teleport anywhere, and do not attempt to access anything in your inventory."   Just be patient.

If you are having this much trouble, you should be asking how your cache gets so messed up in the first place.  It almost always happens because you have a weak, unreliable Internet connection.  I'm not talking about bandwidth.  You can have great bandwidth, but if the connection is losing data or you are getting interference or the signal is being partly blocked, you'll get a bad download of your inventory.  The first step is to avoid wireless, which can cause all of those problems. Use a direct LAN cable connection to your router, and from there to your ISP's cable or DSN connection. Then, reboot your router to clear its RAM.  Just unplug it from the power for a few minutes, then plug it back in and restart your computer. 

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