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Old 05.05.2011, 04:46
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Default JDownloader Not Updating File Size - when not closed properly

Whenever I stop a download, and then close JDownloader, then open it later to continue where the download left off, it never updates the file size correctly, and it ends up restarting the download from the very beginning. You can see the error in detail below.



Take note of the 3, uncompleted, non-disabled download links. All 3 say nothing has been downloaded.



But according to my Downloads folder, the links in order are file sizes 183 MB, 188 MB, and 34.6 MB.

Any ideas on how I can fix this and prevent my downloads from starting over?

Edit: Damn. Can a mod please change the title to "JDownloader Not Updating File Size"? Thanks.
Edit 2: Sorry, forgot PC Specs. Dual Core 2.7 Ghz AMD. Windows 7. Nvidia GeForce 6150 nForce 430.

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Old 05.05.2011, 07:46
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For W7, put JD in folder other than Program Files and allow all permissions to JD Folders.
(Tinypic doesn't appear in this forum?)

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Old 05.05.2011, 11:03
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Megaupload downloads should be resumable. Can you please increase the size of your Host column and look for the blue arrows icon that indicates 'resumability'?

What about some example links and a complete and detailed log?

Note that you can simply hide a column if you don't want to show it. Just right click on the column headers and choose the columns.
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Old 05.05.2011, 11:20
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make sure you close jd normally and write protection from your jd folder is removed
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Old 05.05.2011, 21:56
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make sure you close jd normally and write protection from your jd folder is removed
Thanks, that did it. I tested with dummy links, and if I force close it in the middle of the download by ending the javaw.exe process, it doesn't pick the links back up from where it left off.

Thanks everyone for your help!
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Old 06.05.2011, 12:23
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thanks for feedback
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