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Downloads Stuck


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sportsfan1

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Hello,
When downloading medium to large files (500mb+), the process stops randomly in the middle of the download (no specific time). In the off chance it doesn't stop, it gets stuck at the end and says 100% complete 00:00 remaining, but the process does not complete. I have tried disabling my firewall, but that did not make a difference. I didn't used to have this problem, but it has appeared within the last month or so. Any help would be appreciated.
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where are you downloading the files from? what kind of files are they?
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Ive tried many different download sites, fileshack, download.com, filecloud, etc. I'm attempting to download the patch to a game called Americas Army, but the problem is not limited to files from this game as I've had problems simply downloading aol. As far as the file type goes, im guessing its .exe although I'm entirely not sure what you mean by that.

Edited by sportsfan1, 31 October 2007 - 02:13 PM.

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Any ideas? This problem is very frustrating
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