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Old 16.08.2015, 16:12
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Hi Guys!

when i was using jDownloader (1) the CRC-Check was done within seconds (minute or two the longest) but now with jDownloader2 it takes more than 10 minutes for just one file in a package - that can´t be wright.

Can someone tell me how this is possible and how to solve it or should i just disable SFV/CRC Check?

Thx anyways

Alphafly

P.S.: Still using XP (best ever OS jet) with 1 GB RAM (i know its not so high but...) and i´ve got a 10000 Line (Cable).
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Old 16.08.2015, 17:27
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CRC check time is only limited by Disk IO/Speed. Its the same as in JD1.
10 Mins, sounds more like either Disk issues or in case of Network mapped drive, slow network/network issues.
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Old 17.08.2015, 12:37
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Okay, so its my miserable old PC again. Well, think i have to get a new one then.

Thx for the answer.

Alphafly
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Old 17.08.2015, 12:40
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Thanks for the feedback!
I can take a look via teamviewer if you like?
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