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"The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading


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almaris

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Hello

After each 1 GB something downloaded my connection stops and I get the message "The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading". This happens in every browser I use. I can acces the internet again and download something only after I restart the computer but ofcourse after about 1 GB of files downloaded from the internet, the connection stops again and the files which were in the process of downloading are lost. I saw many people asking about this problem over the internet, I have tryied to use some of their solutions to fix this but no luck so far. Hope any of you can give some suggestions. Thanks
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The more information you post the easier it will be for people to help you. name and model # of the computer modem name and type dsl cable? router? are you using wireless to connect your computer to the internet? the more info you post, the less time people have to spend asking questions. : )
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I have an Intel Core 2, modem is a Thomson TCM 390. I'm not using wireless to connect to the internet.
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