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scarletb79

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Hello,
everytime I have to download some files with my browser I can only download two at a time and if I want to download more at the same time I can't because I have to wait that the first two are completed.
My browser is IE v.6 and this doesn't happen with other programs.
Thank You,
Scarlet
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coachwife6

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That's not unusual.
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scarletb79

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How can I do to change this?
Thank You,
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How can I do to change this?


Nothing, it's supposed to be like that.

One can change it, although this is generally considered to be a bit anti-social. See here:
http://forum.pcmech....ad.php?t=153913
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and remember, some servers are set up so that if you're downloading more than two things from them at a time, they kill your connection to them :whistling:
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Thank you guys now I know how it works, and to tell the truth it shouldn't be like that.
Thanks again,
Scarlet
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