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Hey fellow mac users, I've almost got the hang of everything mac... though it seems not yet .Mac. I have been trying to upload a 94mb video to my iDisk, everytime though it never gets past the closing file stage (I've tried with different files of that size... same issue). I end up having to relaunch the finder which never works again until i do a forced restart! And if it helps I'm running leopard. Anyone know what's going on??
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have you tried logging into .mac through your web browser?

In the side bar they have there, it shows the .Mac status. Make sure the service isn't down.

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nah the service is up, i've had this problem for a month now =/
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Are you actually waiting for the file to upload?? A 94mb upload on a standard cable connection, depending on your upload speed might take anywhere from 5-10min.

With .mac it *looks* like its uploaded quickly when you first drag it into idisk. It goes through the percentage done thing and gets to the "closing file" stage just a few seconds after you drop it in. It makes it looks like its uploaded the file that fast, but in reality it is still transferring the data.

I wish it gave an accurate indication of how much of the file is actually uploaded from start to finish.
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