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Old 14-10-2009
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I had installed MAC in my cousin's computer. He is not here now. Now on call he said that he is not able to download file from the internet. He stating some kind of error which is hard to understand. What are the most common errors occurred while downloading a file on MAC Platform. Please post some suggestions. Thanks in advance.

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Re: Downloading Error in MAC

There are some common errors which occur while downloading file in MAC. I am familiar with error 39. Here the download starts but at some extent it goes download and the download fails. This is type of most common error. The cause of this is drop in net connection or loss of server information. The only way is to start the downloading again. If you can use a download manager type tool for MAC then you can simply pause and play the download which can save your incomplete file. It the error from server side so you cannot do anything here.
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Re: Downloading Error in MAC

These errors are caused by the Disk Mounting feature of Stuffit Expander. Disk Copy 6.1 (or later) from Apple is the recommended application to access all disk images released by Apple and the only supported application to access New Disk Image Format (NDIF) disk images. Find Stuffit Expander on your hard disk and open it. From the File menu, select Preferences. In the column of icons on the left, select "Disk Images" and then deselect "Mount Images." If this does not resolve the issue, go back to the Preferences dialog, select the "Expanding" icon, and deselect "Continue to expand (if possible)."
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"Server not connected"" or "Communication exception" or "Server busy" error. Another type of download error. This is usually a network issue between the client and the server. There is no straightforward way to determine where the issue lies, so your best bet is to try to connect to the server again. Try connecting to another site; this would indicate if the issue is with your connection or only with the site you are trying to reach.
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