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Old 19.08.2010, 20:08
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Default JDownloader doesn't resumes where it's stopped

Hi! I have problem. Whenever I start a download, stop it, then resume it, it doesn't resume where it's stopped. (eg. I downloaded 500 mb, and it resumes from 19 mb) It usually resumes from 19 mb. Thanks for help!
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Old 19.08.2010, 20:10
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What host? Free/Premium user? How many max connections?
Do you stop download normally or kill JD?
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Old 19.08.2010, 20:42
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Hosts are: Megaupload and Hotfile. Megaupload is Premium, Hotfile is Free. I tried both, (stopping download, and shutting JD down) the result is the same. Also, it doesn't show any kinda error massage. It countinues like nothing happened.
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Old 19.08.2010, 20:52
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hotfile does only support resume as premium user
megaupload. how many connections do you use?

please provide a logfile
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Old 19.08.2010, 21:12
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I use default settings.
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Old 19.08.2010, 21:20
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please use the normal upload function (there is a button upload log)
and please just say the max connections. default is nice, but i don't know can cannot guarantee that you changedn them or not
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Old 19.08.2010, 21:36
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I hope I did it good.
http://jdownloader.net:8081/pastebin/9599
And yes, I use max. connections.
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Old 19.08.2010, 21:51
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i dont see any megaupload download in log! only storage.to, hotfile.
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Old 20.08.2010, 12:11
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@zonaldino

If you use the maximum number of connections, then you surely use too many.

Please, reduce your number of connections to 1 or 2 and look whether it happens again.

You can only resume a download, when you see the blue circular arrow in the host column.
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Old 12.11.2010, 17:14
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Hi, im facing a similar problem... Well i was downloading some m-hd movie seperated in two files: one is 998 Mg and the other one is 98 Mb.
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So, i cant resume the download now...this happens all the time and for me it is impossible to resume anything from megaupload...
pls help
thx
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Old 14.11.2010, 13:04
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1) Your uploader really did things wrong. Either the lengths should be close to the same or the second file should just be recovery information.

2) Please make sure (for now) that Max. Connections=1 and Max. Downloads=1. I see you already have done that

3) Please Post an Emergency Log (General Discussion -> Self Help Index -> Posting an Emergency Log). This provides more information. The emergency Log is converted to an archive and attached to a message. The message should include at least the URLs used to generate the log, information about your antivirus and firewall, your download speed, and your nation.
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