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Old 29.08.2011, 21:42
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Default Problem with files not being downloaded?

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I am running jdownloader on windows seven 64-bit OS. I mainly download links from megaupload, filesonic, fileserver and rapidshare.

Today i was downloading from filesonic (~18 files). I have it set to download 15 at a time. The status was 15 were "downloading" but only 3-4 were actually downloading. The others weren't downloading and had no ETA the status was "downloading"

What is causing this and how do i fix it? I am not sure if this problems happens on my mac OSX lion?

If needed I uploaded the log from my version of JD:

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Old 29.08.2011, 21:59
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How many Max.Con. are you using?

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Old 29.08.2011, 23:25
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I don't think i every changed that. I think its 2-3?
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Old 30.08.2011, 07:13
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java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Read timed out

firewall/antivirus/malware/livehttpscanning/isp/hardware are usually the cause of this.
please configure your system to allow java.exe javaw.exe and jdownloader.exe accordingly. If you can not configure your live http scanning features disable them.

Also I do not recommend running jdownloader or downloading to c:\users\ or c:\doc and settings\ or c:\program files\ some of the windows versions behave strangely to these actions.
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Old 30.08.2011, 09:30
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@shinigami9000

For fileserve.com you need to set "Max. Con." to 1, because of new problems with this host. It's also better to set it at 1, because it's more efficient if you can download more than 1 file simultaneously from a host.
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