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Hmm, seems like we have ourselves another problem. The exact oposite of this topic.

I tried to upload a file that was around 4,4 gigs today and got stuck at 99% with the status 'Receiving' and disconnected after 2 minutes. This is not even the strangest part.

HFS showed that the file that was being received was only 265mb in size. :S I figured that the upload speed of my school was VERY fast (~1150KBp/s), so i waited till those 265mb were uploaded.

Maybe someone else can confim this.


BTW, about the file that is being transferred.. ::) It's a renamed .rar archive that contains my homework, its not the original movie in HD quality or something... really!


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I tried to upload a file that was around 4,4 gigs today
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It's a renamed .rar archive that contains my homework
You got 4.4 gigs of homework!  WOW!  I'm surprised your school allows such transfers.


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didn't you think about the browser you used?
i tested upload with IE7, Opera 9.2 and FF2, with a 5GB file.

FF does... NOTHING! very strange, when i click upload it just doesn't send anything to the server.
Other 2 browsers send the upload request, but with wrong file size. They don't support 4GB+ for sure. I didn't test for a 3GB file.

Doesn't matter how i try to support 4GB+, the browsers don't want to... :(


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I used IE6, so that explains it :P

Next time, ill just have to rar it up and split it in half or something.