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Old 26.08.2009, 12:27
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Hi,
in the past few weeks since the last update, every time I download a banch of files from rapidshare (with a premium account) It stops on 80-90% and I receive a "connection lost" massage , I'm working on 64bit Windows XP and 64Bit windows 7 and it happens on both systems.... I know that you don't support windows 7 but it happens on windows XP too.... please help me ' in the past every thing was fine but I don't remember what was the version ... because of that I can't use Jdownloader anymore and I had to install another program that doesn't have these problems .... I preffer working with Jdownloader so please offer a solution

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Old 26.08.2009, 12:53
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try to set Max. Con. to only 2
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Old 26.08.2009, 18:02
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we need a proper logfile for this
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Old 27.08.2009, 13:50
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I've tried with 2 and it still happens, where do I find the log file you need?
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Old 27.08.2009, 14:53
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the log section in jd (its a tab) click upload there and post the url here
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Old 27.08.2009, 22:47
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Hello!
I think I have the same problem. Since the last update I can't download anything. The problem happens if I use uploaded.to and rapidshare.com. My log file is attachet.
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Old 28.08.2009, 01:46
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java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Read timed out
this happens if you have unstable networkconnection(internet, wlan, dsl) or firewall is configured wrong (pls check that you have added java.exe and javaw.exe to its exclude list)

also try to use another rs mirror, cause telekomservers are known to be a little *faulty*
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Old 13.09.2009, 10:02
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this is wierd... because I used other program and it worked fine for me, no disconnections or other bugs (I don't want to write the program names here but it also java based program) any way I copied part of my log file....
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Old 13.09.2009, 10:05
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http://jdownloader.net:8081/pastebin...4dc91c36852ca8 this is the complete log file location thanks
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