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d-link 704 help

d-link 704 help

d-link 704 help

Hi, I could not find a good forum because I am new here hope you do not  delete this. Ok to my problem

I have two games that will not work, freelancer and blobby volley(a simple game). When I try to play freelancer on the net in a network it crashes BUT when I remove the cable that goes to the d-link(I have a switch before that) it works and I can play.
For blobby volley, it exits when the sentence:
"Initializing for direct play" comes up. And if I remove the cable it works.
I talked to the d-link support and they said it might be  a Universal Plug And Play error and I shuld activate that in services. I did that but it did not work so I came here.
Computers: I have 3 computers that are almost the same. Win Xp sp 1 and all are connected to a switch which is connected to the d-link 704 that is connected to the adsl modem.

Please help!

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