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Old 26.02.2019, 00:06
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its more than likely your antivirus package, as if i recall correctly you've had this issue in the past.

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Old 26.02.2019, 10:09
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The new ESET security package? The only tool that does not block good files. The MKV file is not infected!

Setting ESET:
- Stop protection + Stop firewall (allow all traffic)
The file is still corrupted.
So I can confidently say that it does not change anything :D
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Old 26.02.2019, 11:30
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We can only tell that the file is broken. You have to find the cause on your system for yourself. Browser downloads with 1 connection. You've setup JDownloader to download with 3 connections. For Firewall/AV Browser and JDownloader are two complete different applications, so just browser working fine, doesn't mean it doesn't mess with JDownloader.
It's your system and you have to find the cause for this. Logs clearly show that the file on disk is wrong.
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Old 26.02.2019, 12:16
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My internet has a speed of 2.4 MB/s, but the speed of "Bytes Loaded" during the download is untrue because it is not possible to load so much data in a few seconds.
Initial data is lost. File with missing, initial stream - will not be played by any Player.
But if the file has a corrupted stream, but it has an initial good stream (that is, the file can be completely destroyed), it can be played in GOM Player that supports opening damaged files.
However, it has nothing to do with the number chunk, System, disk, memory, or AV / Firewall, and I do not need further help.

Solved.
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Old 26.02.2019, 13:15
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.....I will try to explain once again...one more time.

You've setup to download with 3 connections. So JDownloader splits the 1140MB to 3 connections.
So each connection will download around 380mb for its part.
So each part is around 380mb in size.
Now the download begins.
Connection 1 will start writing to position 0.
Connection 2 will start writing to position 380mb.
Connection 3 will start writing to position 760mb.

So directly after start of download the file on disk is already 760mb in size. even for progress 0% or bytes loaded 0, the file on disk can be much much larger!

Filesize on disk has NOTHING to do with download progress (Bytes loaded)!

This behaviour is for EVERY multi connection download.
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Old 26.02.2019, 13:44
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Loaded bytes, e.g. 4.7 MB in a few seconds - here is the most correctly and the file can be downloaded correctly.
But when it comes to, say, 50 MB in a few seconds (since the start of 0% download) - it is obviously incorrect and the file will not be downloaded correctly.
A sensible solution to this problem is to download files without interrupting. Then the file will be completely downloaded.
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Old 26.02.2019, 13:48
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You want a *think about it* ban, do you?
Did you take time to READ the explanation.
Do you even understand the part *3 connections...parts....size on disk...* ?
How do you think downloading with multiple connections work?
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Old 26.02.2019, 13:49
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A sensible solution to this problem is to download files without interrupting.
The solution is to find the cause on your system.
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Old 26.02.2019, 13:50
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I really warn you...please take your time and THINK about what you write....please stop wasting our time!
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Old 26.02.2019, 13:57
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The solution is to find the cause on your system.

It is not simple and impossible to do.
I have already checked the disk, memory and security package and found nothing that could cause all of the download problems mentioned.

Some programs have the function: "Verify" JD2 can verify files while downloading?
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Old 26.02.2019, 14:03
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JDownloader already does verify the download but mega doesn't provide any checksums to verify.

The issue is clearly connected to your system as the file is already wrong before the decryption happens.

I've provided many hints.. for example browser is using 1!!! connection while you've setup your JDownloader to use 3!!! connections. Firewall/av/xy can easily cause issues in this situation. Also filesystem issues can be more *visible* when downloading with multiple connections AND sparseflag(JDownloader) that just with 1 connection without sparseflag(browser)

SO many things you can test:
-set connections to 1
-check different drives
-remove/uninstall firewall/av/... and reboot computer
-check/repair filesystem
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Old 26.02.2019, 14:42
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JD2 can not verify how much data has actually been downloaded, so instead of downloading from the beginning, JD2 gets it from the state of interruption. Therefore, after changing paths, need to reset the links. And everything should be fine.
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Old 26.02.2019, 18:25
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JD2 can not verify how much data has actually been downloaded, so instead of downloading from the beginning, JD2 gets it from the state of interruption. Therefore, after changing paths, need to reset the links. And everything should be fine.
Works fine here. Of course you have to change the path within JDownloader via rightclick context menu. Progress is stored in list. Nothing has changed for that in ages
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