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Old 16.11.2010, 20:42
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Default Have to disconnect Ethernet cable when download several files.

Hello, When I left jdowloader downloading several hotfile or rapidshare archives overnight, the next day i have to reconnect the Ethernet cable as the network connection just freeze. I'd like to know if it is a common problem or it is just happening to me. I have a Windows 7 running with the remote desktop hack with a 10mbps internet connection. Any idea? need more info by me?

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Sorry i'm so vague explaining but hope someone could help or ask me for any specific information
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Old 16.11.2010, 20:52
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Wrong thread.
Please read the rules before posting.
A log can be helpful : "http://jdownloader.org/knowledge/wiki/support/create-a-jd-log?s=lng_en"

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Old 16.11.2010, 22:33
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sorry about that and thanks for relocate the post.
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Old 16.11.2010, 22:55
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No problem.
I made a mistake : an emergency log is needed, not a log : http://board.jdownloader.org/showpos...1&postcount=26
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Old 17.11.2010, 03:17
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i'm trying to open jdownloader using emergency log guide, but when i type the string on the command prompt nothing happens, do i need to type this string and manually open jdownloader? i'm runing Windows 7 x64
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Old 17.11.2010, 07:23
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Yes, you must manually open JDownloader.
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Old 17.11.2010, 11:31
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@gabrielcab

Reduce the Max.Con. setting (bottom right corner of jD window) to 1.

Please, read "Using jD and W7".
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Old 20.11.2010, 10:16
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@gabrielcab and jma16

The string in the Posting an Emergency Log guide is one of the ways to manually start JDownloader. You do not have to start it separately.

@gabrielcab

Please read the rules and supply the information requested.

The most likely cause of your problem is one of
a) Wrong Java version. You should install the 32 bit Java JRE 6 update 21 from java.sun.com/products/archive (the 64 bit version is for programs larger than 1.5 GiB).
b) A Windows bug. Make sure you have installed all updates that MS recommends. Then read General Discussion -> Required Patches and install the patch for your processor. Restart the computer and try again.
c) Make sure your security software is not interfering with jdownloader.exe, java.exe, or javaw.exe. Please read General Discussion -> Self Help Index -> Choosing and installing security software.
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Old 30.11.2010, 13:58
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Hello, here is the log, if need something else please ask.
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Old 30.11.2010, 14:25
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If you set Max.Con. to 1, Reset the affected links and it still doesn't work, please remove your virus software. You might need special un-install tools from the virus builder and some (registry) cleaners to get rid of it.

If you've a firewall in your router, you can also un-install your firewall.
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Old 30.11.2010, 23:24
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I have it set to Max Con to 1, i don't use Antivirus. Only thing i could be sure is not a common setup is that i have this computer using concurrent desktop connection as i use it as a media center pc, that is i'm using the remote desktop hack to be able to open 2 accounts at the same time without login out one user.
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Old 01.12.2010, 13:12
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If you're running a bitTorrent client, shut that down. Please, also undo that hack and try again.
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