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Problems Downloading Files


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robertwessling

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I purchased a tool " Advance System Optimizer" I wanted to download it. I tries using Leechget and the download was corrupt. I ran Leechget withe Internet option and it was corrupt. I removed leachget and tried to redowlnload it and theLeechget file was corrputed, too. The " Advance System Optimizer" site suggested trying a Java tool. When I downloaded it it was corrupt. I have run Ad-aware, McAfee Virus san, Spybot, Spyblaster, and Spy Sweeper to clean my system.


I would appreaciate any suggestions you help
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Kalian

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what is leechget?

also check your internet option security settings and make sure that downloading security is set so that you are allowed to download

if you have sp2, it may be possible that you have blocked the incoming ip from sending any information. click on that sp2 security icon in the toolbar and i believe its somewhere in the advanced settings where you can manually check or uncheck what programs and sites are allowed to run freely on your computer. make sure that it doesnt conflict with the website your using, or with any download manager or any other third party downloading assist program, such as a p2p or bt program.

hope that helps
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gerryf

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Given all that, I would say

A) their file is corrupt (happens)
b) network congestion is too great....wait a couple hours and try again
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