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#1 Sonit


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Posted 14 January 2017 - 05:36 AM

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not much to say really, I'm installign my Adobe photoshop right now and the download would usually be over in an hour or two but i left it overnight to find it at 28% (9hours) tehn I checked my internet speed and it  was at 0 kbps! I restarted my computer and thought everything was fixed until I realised that 30mins later my downlaod was at 1%! (would usually take 1min or so) A few things to clear are below, thanks for your help, Sonit.


1) I have no viruses (scanned)

2) This has never really happened before

3) It took me under a minute to install 2mb file!!!

4) When I started download it seemed ok but I was wrong!


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#2 shadow_647


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Posted 14 January 2017 - 06:00 AM

Things that come to mind when this kind of  thing happens all the time is "A" lame isp "B" lame connection "C" Dos/DDos attack "D" lame networking hardware "E" something sucking up network bandwidth.


DDos topic if your behind nat you can't really see it at times i find and to check for that you need to go in to bridged mode, as for having to reset the connection all over the place don't know what to say, what did you say your networking setup was on a hardware level ?


As well this happens to me too sometimes, don't know why seeing as it dousen't happen often, like once a month or so and when it douse i just reset the connection and don't think much of it.

#3 Trikein


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Posted 14 January 2017 - 10:26 AM

First, have you done a speedtest? Ethernet throughput is different then raw speed.


Second, what are you connected via ethernet to? Modem? Router? Wireless adapter? Can other computers or devices connected the same way get online fast/normal?


Last, where are you downloading Adobe from? You can only download the file as fast as the server can upload it, divided some what by the people who are trying to download it. As per here, looks like other people are having similar problems.

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