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Old 28.06.2019, 00:37
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Unhappy JD2 suddenly slow

Hej!

My JD2 suddenly downloads my stuff really slow (3-4 Mbit/s instead of 8 - 12 Mbit/s, since 4 Days).

I use a share-online.biz premium account and everything went fine till I added a keep2share.com account.

I tried everything to repair it. Even uninstalled it with a program which deletes everything of the program even the registry listings (hope this is how it's called^^).
Downloading with Firefox or MiPony work perfectly fine. Download speed is not limited. Is there any other setting which I could have activated and limits my download speed?

Can you please help me? I don't know what to do next. Everything I found in google about my issue hasn't helped.

Thank you very much!

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Old 28.06.2019, 09:56
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Please check if there is a red line shown in speed graph. That would mean you've enabled speed limit.
Also compare download speed in other tools by looking at the network tab in taskmanager. JDownloader downloads as fast as the setup/system allows and does not influence/limit speed at all. That means when other tools are fast and JDownloader isn't , then either firewall/av are causing the issue or you've changed settings like speed limit or number of connections.
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Old 28.06.2019, 23:25
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Please check if there is a red line shown in speed graph. That would mean you've enabled speed limit.
Also compare download speed in other tools by looking at the network tab in taskmanager. JDownloader downloads as fast as the setup/system allows and does not influence/limit speed at all. That means when other tools are fast and JDownloader isn't , then either firewall/av are causing the issue or you've changed settings like speed limit or number of connections.
Nope, it's not :-/
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Old 29.06.2019, 01:55
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so you have 100Mbit connection?
because your screen shot shows you downloading ~3.2MiB/sec which is ~30Mbit
slowing down like this can be caused by security software updating, and introducing a new feature like live scanning. reinstalling would also fail to show improvements in speed which is what you are experienced.

have you tried adjusting the chunk settings to increase over all speed?

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Old 01.07.2019, 18:11
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Please provide a screenshot of download speeds with same file in firefox.
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