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Topic # 103472 7-Jun-2012 21:33
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I've tried like 6 times since release, twice on Chrome, then Safari, Internet Explorer, Firefox, then on Internet Download Manager. After about 2GB of downloading, the file completely stops downloading and throws the error about the max traffic or something on this file being reached on the server. When done through browsers it acts like the file is finished, but when I boot it it wont load some drivers and cannot install because they havnt been downloaded. 

What can I do? Ive tried different machines and rebooted modem after each go. Its getting quite annoying.

Anyone else having this problem too?

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  Reply # 638856 11-Jun-2012 12:40
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that is strange

i will upload a copy for you to a new server i notice some people where getting this


here is the key from Microsoft website Product Key:   TK8TP-9JN6P-7X7WW-RFFTV-B7QPF

here is the iso file

64-bit  depositfiles.com/files/seu2lsm95

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  Reply # 638862 11-Jun-2012 12:50
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You downloading via a company network ? If so, could be some firewall killing the connection etc.




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  Reply # 638866 11-Jun-2012 12:52
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tardtasticx: I've tried like 6 times since release, twice on Chrome, then Safari, Internet Explorer, Firefox, then on Internet Download Manager. After about 2GB of downloading, the file completely stops downloading and throws the error about the max traffic or something on this file being reached on the server. When done through browsers it acts like the file is finished, but when I boot it it wont load some drivers and cannot install because they havnt been downloaded. 

What can I do? Ive tried different machines and rebooted modem after each go. Its getting quite annoying.

Anyone else having this problem too?

-Sam


I was downloading on chrome, and mine cutoff at 2gb earlier today.

[edit] i am on residential adsl , was downloading x64 windows 8, from the official microsoft site. 

Chrome just ended the download, no errors.  It looked like it had downloaded ok, except for the file size.

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  Reply # 638868 11-Jun-2012 12:54
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Mine decided it didn't want to complete for some technical reason. Come to think of it, it might be because of what you're suggesting too. I bailed on it, as it was a netbook with low res display anyway.

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