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Discussion in 'Networking' started by pente101, Jul 22, 2006.

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  1. pente101

    pente101 Thread Starter

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    I have my router set up for access, and I have no problem with most programs being run.

    But I cant seem to get any file manager programs to run properly. They all say that they dont support resuming on my server end. I cant seem to find any settings for the reget program to set up exceptions on the router itself, nor can I find anything helpful about settings within reget itself.

    Anyone else have a similar problem or better yet, a solution?

    Thanks
     
  2. JohnWill

    JohnWill Retired Moderator

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    Can you download without the download manager? Why do you feel you need a download manager?
     
  3. pente101

    pente101 Thread Starter

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    I can download without the manager, but because IE doesnt support resuming ( at least, not all the time).

    I download files that are massive, sometimes 3-4 GB taking up to 5 hours to download on DSL. I use a download manager on these files because any hiccup with my connection requires me to restart, so I need a download manager to support the resuming feature, Or else I can take days to get a single file.

    Is there a better method for getting massive files?
     
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    Perhaps you should try a different download manager, or perhaps Firefox, I believe it supports resume.
     
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