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Old 22.11.2011, 15:50
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copy XY.part to the ext. HDD, in JD double click the packet and set the path to the new folder.


Edit: i get a little bit confused now ^^
Edit2: i think he download on an internal one and he want to try a ext. HDD which isnt connected.:blink:

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Old 23.11.2011, 07:57
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never mind...i reset the download link already..set it to 20 chunks but this time it sucesses download..- -
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Old 23.11.2011, 08:45
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Just checked this: if the external drive is not connected and you're trying to download to this drive (check drive letter in "Save to" in Package properties) you will got "Insufficient space..." error.
This is very confusing. jD should report that the disk/path/folder isn't available.
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Old 23.11.2011, 09:07
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This is very confusing. jD should report that the disk/path/folder isn't available.
it will in next major version
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Old 23.11.2011, 09:11
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Great. Thanks for your concern.
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