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    how to get rid of frequent dc problem, ven ever i download a large file directly i.e without torrents, files get stuck in b/w.. sometimes on 99 percent too.. hw to solve dis problem..
    PS: :blushing:this thread must hv been erlier too, bt i culdnt find any, i searchd for "frequent disconnection", bt none relevant thread ws searchd.
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    Please avoid sms language. ( sms =short message service )
    ven : when dis: this hw: how hv : have bt :but erlier : earlier
    culdnt : could not searchd : searched ws ; was searchd: searched.

    Please edit your post.

    Para two:
    1.Mention modem/router model and make.___________________________
    2. The Download Manager you are using .___________________________
    3. How many resident programs/applications appear in Task Bar ?___________(details)_
    4. Your tariff plan ___________________
    5. The size of any file you tried to download ? _______________________________

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    Quote Originally Posted by essbebe View Post
    Please avoid sms language. ( sms =short message service )
    ven : when dis: this hw: how hv : have bt :but erlier : earlier
    culdnt : could not searchd : searched ws ; was searchd: searched.

    Please edit your post.

    Para two:
    1.Mention modem/router model and make.___________________________
    2. The Download Manager you are using .___________________________
    3. How many resident programs/applications appear in Task Bar ?___________(details)_
    4. Your tariff plan ___________________
    5. The size of any file you tried to download ? _______________________________
    1.Mention modem/router model and make : ZXDSL 831A11
    2. The Download Manager you are using : IDM v.5above, firefox addons
    3. How many resident programs/applications apear in Task Bar : Anti virus, Instant messengers.. not many removed or hid most of them
    4. Your tariff plan HOME UL 50
    5. The size of any file you tried to download : Anything above 50 MB(direct downloads.

    PS: Cannot edit the previous post now.
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    1. Usually inactive applications Icons will be hidden.
    They are using memory .
    remove the applications and then try.

    2.Try a different Download Manager.
    Free Download manager or Star downloader.

    3.Download Ccleaner from filehippo.com
    Use often to delete temp files/cache etc.

    4.Download Anvir TaskManager free to monitor
    CPU memory usage etc.

    5.When line disconnected. press CTRL/ALT/DEL keys
    to open Task manager to see which application is not running.
    Also CPU usage.

    6. In your modem select GDMT if ADSl2+ is selected.

    7.Presume you are using "Dialer" Mode.
    Try "Always ON" mode .
    REF:
    http://rajasthan.bsnl.co.in/main/ZTE...31_Type-1_.doc
    foribb: CONFIGURING ZTE ZXDSL 831AII IN PPPOE MODE

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    thnx 4 da help
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    Thanks.
    Please confirm how the problem was solved.
    This will help other members surfing this thread. later

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    Ccleaner was a great help, i could immdiately notice the fast reponse to the mouse clicks. Anvir Task manager gives you a detailed view of all the processes running on your system..
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    Are you still facing disconnection problems ?

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    i havent downloaded a big file as of now, will do it n let you know..
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    ^^
    what will the above do or tell? i.e. pinging..?
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    Quote Originally Posted by danny86 View Post
    ^^
    what will the above do or tell? i.e. pinging..?
    it will give info about ur connectivity with Server, lesser the ping time and 0 % packet loss are signs of an good connectivity i hope u understand.

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    and guess what, it didnt stop for an hour.. i had to close the command prompt..
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    if you are using the ping option with -t for example: "ping 62.189.6.22 -t" it wont stop until and unless you stop it manually to stop it Press the "Ctrl+C" keys it will give the statistics for the ping.

    Or just give >ping 62.189.6.22

    it will stop automatically and will give the needed statistics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danny86 View Post
    and guess what, it didnt stop for an hour.. i had to close the command prompt..
    Pardon me for that i didn't knew that u don't know how to break "-t" command ping,the reason i told u to use -t because normal ping command terminates after 4 packets actually 4 packets wont state ur network efficiency at least 100+ packets will show true colors of connectivity!!!


    to break ping for statistics press CTRL KEY and then PAUSE BREAK(don't leave the CTRL when u r hitting Pause)after that u will see something like that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by deepmohan View Post
    if you are using the ping option with -t for example: "ping 62.189.6.22 -t" it wont stop until and unless you stop it manually to stop it Press the "Ctrl+C" keys it will give the statistics for the ping.

    Or just give >ping 62.189.6.22

    it will stop automatically and will give the needed statistics.

    Just for the sake of correction CTRL+C closes the C Prompt window!!


    use CTRL+PAUSE BREAK to break ping in the middle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcom View Post
    Just for the sake of correction CTRL+C closes the C Prompt window!!
    Well i have nothing to do with your correction, but those who dont know let then know the right thing.

    might be for you "ctrl+c" closes the CMD window.


    Actually:

    Execution of any batch script can be stopped by pressing CTRL-C

    so it dont close the CMD window.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deepmohan View Post
    Well i have nothing to do with your correction, but those who dont know let then know the right thing.

    might be for you "ctrl+c" closes the CMD window.


    Actually:

    Execution of any batch script can be stopped by pressing CTRL-C

    so it dont close the CMD window.

    nothing personal dude, but at my computer CTRL+C closes the CPrompt window!! no breaks at all just it closes the ping.


    just look at the following C prompt command usage and read whats written in -t
    CTRL+C stops and closes that ping window,to get statistics we must use CTRL+BREAK!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by deepmohan View Post
    Well i have nothing to do with your correction, but those who dont know let then know the right thing.

    might be for you "ctrl+c" closes the CMD window.


    Actually:

    Execution of any batch script can be stopped by pressing CTRL-C

    so it dont close the CMD window.

    nothing personal dude, but at my computer CTRL+C closes the CPrompt window!! no breaks at all just it closes the ping.


    just look at the following C prompt command usage "Rules" and read whats written in -t

    CTRL+C stops and closes that ping window,to get statistics we must use CTRL+BREAK!!
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    Originally Posted by Rcom
    Just for the sake of correction CTRL+C closes the C Prompt window!!
    Originally Posted by Rcom
    but at my computer CTRL+C closes the CPrompt window!! no breaks at all just it closes the ping.
    Dont think i am arguing with you.

    Dear friend there is lots of difference between "CTRL+C closes the CPrompt window!!" and "just it closes the ping"


    You have the answer in this only just go through it.




    To see statistics and continue - type Control-Break

    To stop - type Control-C (This will stop/break the ping and will give you the statistics). It dont Doesn't Closes the CPrompt window!!





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