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11-12-2011 @ 1:43PM
We have this problem in our house, too... which we can directly link to having just bought a brand new Netgear router. When I turn my computer on, the first time I log into WoW I need to put in the Authenticator code, and subsequent logins do not require it until I turn my computer off then back on.As for why, I honestly couldn't tell you. Perhaps you too recently got a new router, or maybe someone changed your router settings.
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