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  Reply # 526956 28-Sep-2011 21:56
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im sick to death of this issue, most of these file sites give me really poor speeds, friends on other ISP's are getting full speed so i know its not the filesites at fault. TELECOM FIX THIS ktyvm




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  Reply # 526973 28-Sep-2011 22:28
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Saw this thread and thought I'd grab a ROM for my Galaxy S2 just now..

On Telecom.. as you can.. no problems.. Never had any..

 




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  Reply # 527019 29-Sep-2011 02:20
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Well heres mine this is wupload with premium but same for all




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  Reply # 527030 29-Sep-2011 06:09
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Why not post the link to the file you are trying to download then we can all have a try?

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  Reply # 528617 3-Oct-2011 16:44
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i cant even open fileserve.com, downloading via IDM doesnt even work anymore and jdownloader wont resume which wastes my data

not happy!


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  Reply # 528618 3-Oct-2011 16:46
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mrphil: i cant even open fileserve.com, downloading via IDM doesnt even work anymore and jdownloader wont resume which wastes my data

not happy!



i've been having serious issues with fileserve.com also, i decided to try downloading some files using a VPN to test its speed without a VPN i got around 120KB/s on a "PAID account" and over 1.4MB/s with the VPN on.

thats when Fileserve.com actually loads....




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  Reply # 528625 3-Oct-2011 17:02
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l43a2:
mrphil: i cant even open fileserve.com, downloading via IDM doesnt even work anymore and jdownloader wont resume which wastes my data

not happy!



i've been having serious issues with fileserve.com also, i decided to try downloading some files using a VPN to test its speed without a VPN i got around 120KB/s on a "PAID account" and over 1.4MB/s with the VPN on.

thats when Fileserve.com actually loads....


so its a telecom problem? is there anything i can do? i feel like i wasted my money on a service i cant use

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  Reply # 528626 3-Oct-2011 17:04
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mite be to do with their proxy cache crap




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  Reply # 528744 3-Oct-2011 21:48
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On Telecom Total Home 20g here and can access and download from both Rapidshare and Fileserve with no issues. Speeds are as great as always... do Telecom still have some IP's in the cache and others not?

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  Reply # 529187 4-Oct-2011 21:32
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My speeds are fixed around 50-170kbps for paid premium accounts on Fileserve & Filesonic (bad single mirror, unresumable, crashes often). I noticed when dloading from premium on fileserve & filesonic, mediafire (which is Always free & fast) becomes slow, 1 mirror only, non resumable, cuts out just like exactly on premium websites. why does this happen? A few days after my premium accounts expire, mediafire is back to it's old self.. it's really weird & feels like a bit of a cheap shot considering i pay for better speeds only to be inverted. have had this going on for 2 years roundabout. something to do with a broken cache farm? .. these sites are automatically bandwidth managed? .. i also wonder if decembers ADSL2 upgrade in my area will resolve this, or just change ip?

mrphil - you should update your IDM .. filesonic works now with the latest version. if all else fails make sure you hold 'alt' on your keyboard before you click download, and firefox/ie will dload it. jdownloader is best used for premium, never use it as a free user or you'll likely have problems.

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  Reply # 529214 4-Oct-2011 22:23
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If you can't connect to fileserve.com. Clear your cookies. Fixed mine, they seemed to corrupt with all the connection issues

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  Reply # 529362 5-Oct-2011 09:34
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salza: My speeds are fixed around 50-170kbps for paid premium accounts on Fileserve & Filesonic (bad single mirror, unresumable, crashes often). I noticed when dloading from premium on fileserve & filesonic, mediafire (which is Always free & fast) becomes slow, 1 mirror only, non resumable, cuts out just like exactly on premium websites. why does this happen? A few days after my premium accounts expire, mediafire is back to it's old self.. it's really weird & feels like a bit of a cheap shot considering i pay for better speeds only to be inverted. have had this going on for 2 years roundabout. something to do with a broken cache farm? .. these sites are automatically bandwidth managed? .. i also wonder if decembers ADSL2 upgrade in my area will resolve this, or just change ip?

mrphil - you should update your IDM .. filesonic works now with the latest version. if all else fails make sure you hold 'alt' on your keyboard before you click download, and firefox/ie will dload it. jdownloader is best used for premium, never use it as a free user or you'll likely have problems.


my problem was with fileserve premium but seems to fixed itself....the only downloader that works for me now is Internet download manager, my favorite jdownloader doesnt seem to work with fileserve now



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