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Old 24.10.2009, 23:19
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Default AVG Antivirus Link Scanner makes Jdownloader unusable (CRC errors)

Hello,

I've suddenly experienced a general failure with Jdownloader downloads. Every file I tried to download from MegaUpload or RapidShare finish with CRC error. Downloading the same files manually with Firefox is correct.

Fortunately the only change I made before this problem starts happening was upgrading AVG antivirus Free from 8.5 to 9.0 so it was easy to test if it causes this mess. When I uninstall AVG Free 9.0, Jdownloader starts to download files correctly again. So, as AVG Free 8.5 doesn't break Jdownloader (I used them together since a long time), the new AVG Free 9.0 makes it simply unusable...

BTW: I'm using Windows XP SP3.


Best regards.

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thanks for information, yes other users also confirm this.

maybe adding java.exe and javaw.exe to the exclude list might help?
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Old 25.10.2009, 00:45
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maybe adding java.exe and javaw.exe to the exclude list might help?
No, the problem should be in the AVG Network Inspector module, not in the Antivirus module. After a little test I've found an easy workaround: just disable "Link Scanner" feature of AVG.

IMHO it's not an AVG critical feature. I've made a little manual of "how to disable Link Scanner", for dummies:





Now JDownloader works again


If you want to be not warned about the fact that "Link Scanner" is disabled click "Tools" and then "Advanced settings...":




Hope it helps.

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Old 03.11.2009, 22:58
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Ist ja schon gefixt :D
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Old 29.12.2009, 16:08
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No, the problem should be in the AVG Network Inspector module, not in the Antivirus module. After a little test I've found an easy workaround: just disable "Link Scanner" feature of AVG.Hope it helps.
I have tried that before with AVG Free v9 and it didn't work. A bit better in v.8.5 which I reverted to. javaw.exe and java.exe were already in the Windows firewall exclude list.

I'm still getting very patchy functioning in latest JD using premium RS account; it works at full speed for a few 200MB files and then downloads trickle down to a very slow mode. Max con. & Max. Dls. both set to 3. Used to be 8 a few months back and worked like a charm.

ADDED: I'm running JD -xmas- v0.9.579 (fully reinstalled) with the latest java under Win XP SP3 (recently fully repaired) on a Q6600 with 4GB RAM. I am saving files to a D-Link DNS-323 NAS with 2x1.5TB drives in RAID 1 on a gigabit network with jumbo frames set to 9000. Used to work fine before...

ADDED: Now I get a few minutes of full speed transfer (1MB/s) and then it's down to approx. 300kB/s for an hour or more. During that time JD GUI is very slow or do not respond at all. Then, suddenly, after a while, it returns to life.

Looking for a solution...

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Old 29.12.2009, 20:19
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Check this other thread which is similar in nature:
http://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=12397
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Old 12.06.2010, 19:03
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Oh yes, there's another solution, buy ANOTHER expensive 'anti-virus' for your windows OS.
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Old 16.06.2010, 18:32
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Oh yes, there's another solution, buy **External links are only visible to Support Staff**ANOTHER ANTIVIRUS for your windows OS.
this should do it
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