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Export your bookmark list as HTML, then use wget to download every page linked to, and all of the images and scripts necessary to display those pages: wget -r -l 1 -p bookmarkfile.html -r means recursive -l 1 means one level of recursive downloading -p means to download the files required to display each page downloaded If you do this repeatedly, some ...
As the other answers said: Check you are comparing like-for-like (MB vs Mb). Real-world downloads rarely run as fast as the theoretical maximum for various reasons. Also, ISPs will cheat on speed tests. When they are throttling your connection, they will whitelist speed test sites. To get a real measurement, try a test download of a ...
Since you say that the limit is per computer, you can download the file in, say, ten chunks from ten computers. Actually, I'd start downloading from one computer, then add another, and another... until I would notice that the actual download speed has fallen below the theoretical maximum rate allowed of 50 Kb/s. That would mean that the uplink is now ...
For me it works. Here is the 64Bit ENU Link (without tools): http://care.dlservice.microsoft.com/download/5/2/9/529fef7b-2efb-439e-a2d1-a1533227cd69/SQLEXPR_x64_ENU.exe?lcid=1033&cprod=sqldenexppost32 Here is an additional link: Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012 Express Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012 Service Pack 1
Nuke it from orbit, that's the only way to be sure. You may have cleaned the virus of the system, but it left damage to various system files. And maybe it is not even entirely gone... You can never be certain you have things back in working order, if you are still using the compromised system as base. Be safe. Format and re-install.
Well, that's not a full screenshot, but usually what has happened when people complain about a lack of uploading is that you've grabbed a torrent that either no one else wants, or that there are a large number of seeders for a small number of leechers. In either case, you get little to no upload because someone needs to be downloading the file in order for ...
If you want to download some pages of actual site then you will need some tool to copy a website. One free tool that I use frequently is httrack But if you Google you will probably find number tools that does similar things... some are free some are paid.
RFC2616 "Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1", section 14.5: 14.5 Accept-Ranges The Accept-Ranges response-header field allows the server to indicate its acceptance of range requests for a resource: Accept-Ranges = "Accept-Ranges" ":" acceptable-ranges acceptable-ranges = 1#range-unit | "none" Origin servers that accept byte-range ...
The site has nothing to do with this. The file has been downloaded to a (default) pre-set location, or wherever you have told Firefox to store it in a prompt. First try opening your downloads: Firefox Button > Downloads (pops up). In here should be a list of all your downloads. If this doesn't work: You can find your pre-set download location here: ...
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