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Best download manager

By duku
Feb 16, 2002
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  1. Lele

    Lele Newcomer, in training

    Asus Ap WL 330 Router

    Hi everybody, Tha my first time at this site. Ineed to reset the defaut passord on my router Ausus AP WL 330....Anyone know how do I reset it??
    have ben trying for almost 10 hrs, THE WIRELESS SETTING UTILITY, WHEMi PRESS CONFIGURE, IT SAYS THE DEFAOUT IS "admin" but it always says it;s wrong password.
  2. raybay

    raybay TechSpot Evangelist Posts: 10,716   +6

    Admin for user, and Password for password, unless you changed it.
  3. Lele

    Lele Newcomer, in training

    I have to reset it to te defaut defaout mode, please where do I reset it. I already tryed enter "password" it didn'y work also.

    Than you Ray bay.
  4. Aamir

    Aamir Newcomer, in training Posts: 39

    +2 for FlashGet!! i m using it since long, i also tried DAP, Gozilla, etc but Flashget work fine for me, i like its browser function the most.
  5. helloall1234

    helloall1234 Newcomer, in training

    no download manager seems to work for me, none of em seem to increase my speed
  6. SNGX1275

    SNGX1275 TS Forces Special Posts: 12,494   +292

    The can't increase your speed if you are maxing the bandwidth given to you from your ISP.
  7. helloall1234

    helloall1234 Newcomer, in training

    i shud be able to download at 200 - 400 kbs but im only doin a max of 40kbs (thats 40kbs max with a download accelerator)
  8. raybay

    raybay TechSpot Evangelist Posts: 10,716   +6

    Download managers will help, overtime, with any system that has flakey speeds and pauses, or shuts down intermittently... halting lost downloads.
    They make a difference on Satellite connections, and phone line modem connections... but their main use is for reliability.
    However no download software will speed up the internet connection you have.
    On some systems they break up the download into a number of pieces that are downloaded at the same time... but still that ethernet or modem connection is what controls speed.
  9. helloall1234

    helloall1234 Newcomer, in training

    yea i kno that but theres sumit wrong with my pc, before i reinstalled windows xp i was getting a max of 200 - 400kbs with and without download accelerators and now its a max of 40kbs with and without download accelerators
  10. Vigilante

    Vigilante TechSpot Paladin Posts: 2,120

    Didn't read the whole thread, don't know if anybody mentioned it, but I use Free Download Manager. It is much more than just an "accelerator", it downloads with multiple threads, has a manager, lots of features, drag and drop URLs, automatic pasting of URLs in the clipboard when adding a new download, fits in with IE and FF real well. And also you don't "have" to use it. When you click something to download, this pops up, if you cancel, it proceeds to your browser's normal download method.

    I've used it a long time, it queues things up, let's you launch automatically when downloaded, or you can launch manually when done, history of downloads, the whole nine yards and the kitchen sink, check it out:

    http://www.freedownloadmanager.org/
  11. Keefer

    Keefer Newcomer, in training

    Internet Download Manager. Works with every browser including Opera.
     
  12. raybay

    raybay TechSpot Evangelist Posts: 10,716   +6

    And does "every browser" include Safari?
  13. ancutaandrei

    ancutaandrei Newcomer, in training

    GetRight

    I'm using GetRight for some time and I think it is all I need from a download manager.
  14. PCTechnician

    PCTechnician Newcomer, in training

    I use Firefox.... You can resume downloads with its built in download manager.
  15. raybay

    raybay TechSpot Evangelist Posts: 10,716   +6

    Only part of the time and only with certain files... do not count on it.
  16. the.freak

    the.freak Newcomer, in training Posts: 106

    I'm using IDM it's the Best ... Tried over and over again to crack it But never worked I ended up registering online ;) it's one of the toughest SW to crack ... :(
  17. nadhil_ar

    nadhil_ar Newcomer, in training

    how do i get the getright software for free?...i would like to try it...and is getright can integrate with mozilla which in flashgot option?
  18. raybay

    raybay TechSpot Evangelist Posts: 10,716   +6

  19. painterr

    painterr Newcomer, in training

    I have used several of the ones metioned in this thread but the one I have settled on is IDM it has the easiest interface to use and the best speed I have found!! I used reget,Dap and some of the others and the best download speed I got with them is between 700 to 900 kbs and with IDM my average speed is 800 to 1.5 mbs using broad band As far as mass downloading it has been the easiest to use! It has handled up to 65 downloads at one time with out any trouble!! some of the other sites I go to, allot of users use flashget but I installed it on my pc to try it out and I ran three spyware programs to see if they have there own spyware in there program and two out of three found some in there program!!! Same with DAP. Of coarse I did this about three years ago. Things could of changed by now with them. I even wrote DAP and complaned to them about there spyware they had installed in there progam.
  20. myquelahira

    myquelahira Newcomer, in training Posts: 41

    i use download manager plug-in for firefox. it works with a lot of sites. but it limits download to 1 at a time
  21. tpw

    tpw TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 104

    When i try useing internet download manager and i am downloading 65 things. Like the first 40 files download and the rest show error for the last 15 what is the problem and than when i try to go back to the site i was download from it says connection reset.
  22. raybay

    raybay TechSpot Evangelist Posts: 10,716   +6

    Depends on your internet provider... Many internet services limit the time online, or the amount of material downloaded or uploaded in a given time. It is usually posted in the fine print of your provider. Those little short disconnects are there to teach you to upgrade to the more expensive version.
  23. tpw

    tpw TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 104

    could it be certain website also
  24. raybay

    raybay TechSpot Evangelist Posts: 10,716   +6

    Yes, it could be a lot of things... but it is more likely intentional, then arbitrary... and are you spending all your time on the one website?
    Most websites are designed to be low maintenance, and trouble free. If this problems goes on for long, they would want to fix it so their site doesn't crash.
  25. gamerex

    gamerex TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 176

    My favorite DL manager is freshdownload at www.freshdevices.com It can intergrate into netscape or higher, mozilla, opera, and has a option to be with other browsers. It has password entering, Dl with more then one connection, all the good stuff. Give it a try!(Sorry to be like a salesman)

    P.S. It's completly free for personal use, but you have to pay if you want to use it for your buissness or something.
    Edit:You may want to change the default temperory folder since windows deletes the temp files in the default one.
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