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Old 01.03.2009, 13:51
Winf2006
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Question How to avoid second instance?

When I open a one-click link, sometimes a new instances opens. But the first one ist still open and downloading... then they are blocking each other after a while.
How can I avoid this.
Is there a system-option, which blocks that (check if JD is already running... don't open another one...)?

Thx

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Old 01.03.2009, 14:02
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Normally two instances of JD communitcate via a TCP/IP socket with eachother. Sometimes this does not work properly:

- Any Firewall is blocking the communication
Solution: Unblock JD in your firewall.

- Windows has been restarted from StandBy/ Hibernate
Solution: Close all JD instances and restart JD.
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Old 02.03.2009, 20:55
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Normally two instances of JD communitcate via a TCP/IP socket with eachother. Sometimes this does not work properly:

- Any Firewall is blocking the communication
Solution: Unblock JD in your firewall.
How can a firewall block JD and I still can download files?
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Old 02.03.2009, 21:09
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How can a firewall block JD and I still can download files?
JD opens a port locally to listen for new instances. If you firewall blocks this, you still can download, but your detection for new instances will fail.
 

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