26MB file only 30kB`s large ?
|MasterTang||10/22/2005 01:33 am|
i tried to download a new driver for my ATI-Graphic-Card here:
DE recognizes the right filename "5-10_xp-2k_dd_cp_wdm_27256.exe" and loads it down in just three seconds. But, the file is just 30KiloBytes in size, i expectet ist to be about 26MegaBytes.
I use Firefox 1.0.7 with MetaProductsIntegration 1.0.4 on Win XP
Normal "save to disk" works fine, so the link is okay.
Test downlaod from the DE-Help-site works with DE.
I`m new to DE. Thx in Advance, for any help you can provide.
|Alexander||10/24/2005 07:33 am|
This server returns the following text instead of the file content:
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