Online poker has given many poker players the ability to play poker at any time from any location. "Full Tilt Poker," after an initial software download, enables players to connect to their secure servers using their Internet connections. When you are unable to connect to "Full Tilt Poker," you need to follow a few troubleshooting procedures that are essential to connecting to the servers.
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Verify the date and time of your computer are correct. Click the clock located on your taskbar. Select "Change date and time settings." Enter the correct date and time.
Verify that you have listed "Full Tilt Poker" as an "Allowed" program in your firewall settings and set the proper ports to be forwarded. Consult your firewall documentation for help as every firewall program is different.
Verify your antivirus, or other security programs, are not blocking access to "Full Tilt Poker." Some antivirus programs incorrectly label the "Full Tilt Poker" software as a harmful file and will not allow it to connect to the Internet.
Reset your router or cable modem by unplugging it, waiting 60 seconds, and plugging it back in. Resetting your router may fix connection issues with a fresh boot.
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