when i try to download a video it starts downloading and in between a error box pops up saying that internet explorer cannot download the ………. video and below it it is written ” The operation has timed out” . This happens for every video.
that usually means that your connection to the server that was holding the download was cancelled, usually due to the download being too slow. once the download server receives enough other request for files, it will begin forcefully stopping failed or stalled downloads to allow the next user in line a chance. first, I’d suggest getting software called TCP Optimizer. by telling this software the amount of bandwidth you are paying for, it will calibrate your settings to greatly increase your input/output kbps. if this doesn’t help i would recommend that you get a different video downlaoder. Ant is a personal favorite, it is the one i use exclusively. it is available for Internet Explorer and Firefox as well. there is another trick toi getting videos with IE though that requires no downloader.let the video load all the way and then use this tutorial to learn how to open your temporary files: http://compnetworking.about.com/od/windowsnetworking/ht/findtempfiles.htm organize your temporary files by date modified. it will show the newest files first. near the top of that list should be the video but it will say simply FILE as the type normally. copy and paste it to another folder, right click it and go to properties. Rename it whatever you like and add the .flv extension. click apply and there you go!
by: The 17th Angel
on: 6th June 11