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Old 16.02.2012, 09:12
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I have been using jdownloader to download files posted on netload.in filejungle, filesonic, uploadstation etc. for a while. Suddenly all downloading lost, except netload.in still alive. Even though netload still show running, but its speed is extremely slow, ie about 1 ~ 2kb, and it keeps breaking off and reconnecting. What is going on. I think file from rapidshare is still able to download but the files posted on rapidshare is limited. Can anyone help me to resolve this issue.

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Old 16.02.2012, 09:42
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netload servers are known to be overloaded all the time and ppl from other countries can get even worse speed.
what firewall/av do you have?
did you check speed in browser?
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Old 16.02.2012, 10:01
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I am using Avira and my browser speed is around 3MB/s. Has problem in netload got to do with the recent issue about MU?
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Old 16.02.2012, 10:03
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yes, because many customers move to now overloaded hosters.
so you download the same file with 3mbit/s in browser?
sure you did not change jd settings? maybe speed limit is not 0?
make sure your firewall/av excludes java.exe and javaw.exe
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Old 17.02.2012, 04:09
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Netload is down, that's why.
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Old 17.02.2012, 10:07
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Is not hard to understand their politics (not only netload but all the hosters) - they block/limit speed/use Captcha or reCaptch etc. free users because they reserve the bandwidth for Premium users. Free user means no money, no money means - they are do not exist.
They want free customers to become Premium - this is how this world works.
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