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Old 20.01.2012, 09:52
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I would un-install the virus and reboot your computer. It's possible you need special removal software and registry cleaners to remove it completely.

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Old 20.01.2012, 21:32
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Hmmmm...I doubt.

The problem existed before and recently I had an upgrade with a new install of Win7 (unless you're saying that any anti-virus/Avira will always cause problems to jDownloader.
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Old 21.01.2012, 09:38
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Having speed issues? read this!

If you mean you had the problem before you installed the virus, then I would speculate that Ricky doesn't want to become the biggest host (and then be attacked by the FBI) by applying the techniques of mismanagement. Why don't you contact Ricky directly if you're complaining about his bad service?
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Old 21.01.2012, 09:58
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Having speed issues? read this!

If you mean you had the problem before you installed the virus, then I would speculate that Ricky doesn't want to become the biggest host (and then be attacked by the FBI) by applying the techniques of mismanagement. Why don't you contact Ricky directly if you're complaining about his bad service?
Hi remi

I assume Ricky is someone from Fileserve?

I don't think I have general speed issues. RS and jD max out my connection every time. It's FS and jD that don't play well together.

An FS download will start well nearly maxing my connection and progressively slow down to under 100KB/s. But it makes sense if it is lack of dynamic packet handling on part of jD.
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Old 21.01.2012, 10:52
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Yes Ricky is FSe. He's probably driving a Mercedes Benz.

If you're using multiple connections per download it's normal that your speed degrades near the end of the download as jD doesn't support dynamic chunking.

If you want to optimise your speed an compensate for the dynamic chunking, download multiple files simultaneously and set "Max. Con." to 1.
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Old 21.01.2012, 19:07
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Yes Ricky is FSe. He's probably driving a Mercedes Benz.

If you're using multiple connections per download it's normal that your speed degrades near the end of the download as jD doesn't support dynamic chunking.

If you want to optimise your speed an compensate for the dynamic chunking, download multiple files simultaneously and set "Max. Con." to 1.
Hmmm, that is the best possible combo.

It still a bit of hit & miss. I am monitoring a large download as we speak and with Max.Con set to 1, and 3 downloads, overall download speed fluctuates between 4-5MB/s. Still, better than 300KB/s.

Thanks

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