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Thread: K-dat I/o Error 32

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    Hey anyone, :helpsmile:

    I've got the strange honor to receive a error message 32 when trying to delete all connections which are under 2 Kbps. This doesn't work, the darn thing gives me an error # instead.
    It get's more stranger, when I'm changing the 2Kbps into 1 Kbps, it seems to be doing something, but when i check the "slow" connections, they're still there.

    How to resolve this shit, so i can use K-DAT like any other user?

    B)

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    Don't know, but you should know that the info under "speed" is only a half-assed estimate.

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    Originally posted by Crystal_Indigo@19 March 2004 - 14:09
    Hey anyone, :helpsmile:

    I've got the strange honor to receive a error message 32 when trying to delete all connections which are under 2 Kbps. This doesn't work, the darn thing gives me an error # instead.
    It get's more stranger, when I'm changing the 2Kbps into 1 Kbps, it seems to be doing something, but when i check the "slow" connections, they're still there.

    How to resolve this shit, so i can use K-DAT like any other user?

    B)
    make sure klite is closed when using k-dat

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    I always thought that you'd could run K-dat when Klite is active... but at hindsight, offcourse you cannot modify a .dat file when downloading it. I'm dumb

    But THNX for the tip MUSLEMAN :beerchug:

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    Originally posted by Crystal_Indigo@20 March 2004 - 14:33
    I always thought that you'd could run K-dat when Klite is active... but at hindsight, offcourse you cannot modify a .dat file when downloading it. I'm dumb

    But THNX for the tip MUSLEMAN :beerchug:
    no problem boss if you are interested i have a few walk thru with visuals here if you are interested

    good luck boss

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