Can Surf But Cant Download

austinium

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this could be:a) Something wrong with the phone line- do you hear disturbance on the phone line while online or offline? call up BSNL have check the lines.B) spyware/malware/well basically malicious software eating up bandwidth - what antivirus are you using? start your computer in safe mode run you antivirus & antispyware software see if the detect something...also try using safe mode with networking(XP) see if the connection works any better.do post back ... cheers
 

simon.george

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QUOTE(new guy @ Oct 7 2006, 10:26 PM) [snapback]64449[/snapback]
i am using BSNL DATAONE with D-Link glb 502t . the modem setting is done in the bridge mode, and connection is established through win XP pppoe dailer. i am able to surf but when i click a download link it dos`nt download. tried opera & Internet Explorer. even the download manager is not able to download the file fully.

CAN ANYBODY PLEASE HELP
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Could you please put a contineus ping to google.com and see wether it breaking in between ..also please see you IE settings and enable all the boxes please try by tunring off your xp filrewall also
 

desicooldude

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finally figured out the problem. it was all due to the wrong setting used in the bios. i was using the settting "load bios default" and instead of "load setup defaults"" , now my D-Link modem is working very well.
 

gb_baran

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Oh no... I am having this problem right now. Can anyone help please. I just feel like, I need to shout out of my house's windows for "HELP".

SOMEBODY PLEASE HELLLLLPPPPPPPPPPP!!!

Whatever think I click can't be downloaded. be it an EXE or MP3 or an AVI. Nothing is getting downloaded. Like NEWGUY said, the first jet or stream is not working in the download accelerators.


QUOTE(new guy @ Nov 7 2006, 07:35 AM) [snapback]67979[/snapback]
finally figured out the problem. it was all due to the wrong setting used in the bios. i was using the settting "load bios default" and instead of "load setup defaults"" , now my D-Link modem is working very well.
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I don't think resetting the BIOS settings to default would solve this problem. I even tried that but having this crazy problem. Can't figure out what the problem is. I even re-installed my XP and that was a lot of time put to waste coz the problem still persists...