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Old 09.09.2009, 13:02
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what's causing this error? is it the number of chunks?

it so is ridiculous.... I'm using 16 chunks in IDM and I dont get this error... even if I have unstable connection IDM doesn't disconnect my downloads...

so what's up with JDownloader? why? why? why? :(


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Old 09.09.2009, 15:02
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Unstable connection is one of the reason... misleading error message...
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Old 09.09.2009, 19:39
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Too many chunks > decrease the chunks to 2 and reset ur downloads...

You dont need to download with so many chunks , increasing the chunks to max values doesnt mean that u will get faster speeds anyway .. 2 should be enough.
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Old 09.09.2009, 21:02
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I hate that. Only tend to get it on certain versions though, so it makes me wonder...
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Old 10.09.2009, 09:52
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Too many chunks > decrease the chunks to 2 and reset ur downloads...

You dont need to download with so many chunks , increasing the chunks to max values doesnt mean that u will get faster speeds anyway .. 2 should be enough.
the problem is... if I will set the chunks to 2 my download speed will be stuck at 10 KB/s; unless I set the max simul. to 2 or higher.... but then I will have connection problem and this will eventually lead to "no permission write to hard disk".

I don't get it... what's wrong if you set the chunks to 8/16?
IDM works fine with 16 chunks... and doesn't disconnect my downloads, why does JD do this disconnection?
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Old 10.09.2009, 10:29
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I think a download manager should handle bad connections better than jD does.

It should not only be able to resume stopped downloads (if this is supported by the file host), it should also retry stopped/stuck downloads regularly instead of continuing to try new links when there is no connection at all.

Also the error message is ridiculous. jD should detect there's a bad connection and tell so to the customer in non-ambiguous language.
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