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Downloading files problems

I can't download some files but I have no problems uploading any files.I'm using wireless DSL connection.

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Re: downloading files problems

Check with download speed>and while downloading files make sure no fire wall and anti virus is on>and reboot the pc>and check if teh download speed is less then contact ur inter net service provider<>and if u r using any router in teh n/w>and login to the router inter face and disable fire wall>and alway download with the hard wired connection thx

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