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    Not able to download files from any browser???
    i cannot download files from any browser, firefox, safari etc..


    it will just open a new page and have the file w/ its extension but the page will be blank and just stall/idle there.. i guess its something on my system preferences that got out of whack... b/c if it was the javascript it would e only on one browser right? anyonoe have this problem before

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    Are you sure the files are not being downloaded to the download folder?

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    yes positive, i just tested it to make sure

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    First do a check of Home > Documents or Downloads and see if you can find anything there.

    Do you have a manager such as Speed Download installed which will have its own folder in Documents?

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    yes i actually do, but nothing is in it...and when i click on any download link it will open the new tab in FF and act like its trying to connect.. so strange..

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    im really sick of d/lin on my pc and dropping it thru the network.

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    Browser Issue..??
    all my browsers, firefox, safari, opera.. all of them will not download files from the internet.. it attempts to open another tab and just stalls out... what can i do to make it download? they are not goingg to my downloads folder either

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    Try creating a new user ID and seeing if it works within that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexis View Post
    Try creating a new user ID and seeing if it works within that.
    okay trying now

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    nope didn't work, i tried safari and it only opened a new window for the download and just stalled there, 3/4 of the url bar became blue like it was going to attempt then just quit....

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    sounds like a network problem.

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    well there are 8 other people on this network and they can all download, thats the thing i don't understand

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    im haveing a download thing to i can download but when i go click on icon it made to install/use it opens in disk utility,something i havent slightest idea how to use

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    Maybe try right clicking and select download linked file.

    hotdog- What type of file is it?

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