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Pieter du Plooy

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02 July 2003, 09:34:38
I have been experiencing problems downloading OrbiterSound.  I keep on getting a Server Reset
error.  Is there anybody that can perhaps email me the file, or help out?

pjduplooy@ananzi.co.za



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Reply #1 - 02 July 2003, 11:42:04
Hello Pieter,

-do the download start ?
-at wich speed do you download if it start ?

One tips is perhaps to clear your browser cache and retry
the download later.

if nothing work I can send it by mail but you must wait until
tonight.

Let me know

Dan


Pieter du Plooy

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Reply #2 - 02 July 2003, 11:57:04
the download starts and up to about 26-30% finished, I get this error.  I am using ISDN dialup,
and because I am in South Africa, I only get 7/8kb per second


Pieter du Plooy

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Reply #3 - 02 July 2003, 12:02:38
have followed the suggestion.  does not work.  it will be appreciated if you can email the file
tonight.

regards


Pieter du Plooy

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Reply #4 - 02 July 2003, 17:03:15
Dan

I have ecen tried using Mozilla in Red hat Linux, but to no avail.  I still get the same problem.

I would appreciate it if you could email me the file please.

pjduplooy@ananzi.co.za

Regards

Pieter du Plooy


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Reply #5 - 02 July 2003, 20:26:18


Mail Sent , I hope your mailbox can afford 3.70 mo

Let me know the result

Dan


Pieter du Plooy

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Reply #6 - 03 July 2003, 09:04:06
Yes it can and thanx a lot  for the file, I am downloading it quickly

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