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Old 02-04-2002, 04:10 AM   #1
elka32
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i'd qued a number of items to download but flashfxp complained that the disk is full, and it cannot write to disk. the disk has enough space, but i was transferring using auto. ive changed it to binary now.

when i later did a scandisk im told those files have the wrong file size. ive no problems downloading using other software. the only things i have in flashfxp errorlog.txt are below:

"01.02.02 09:40:14
Version: 1.4.2 (build 831)
Compiled on: Jan 28, 2002
Object class: TToolBar
Object Name: RToolBar
Access violation at address 0045DF98 in module 'FLASHFXP.EXE'. Read of address FFFFFFFF

04.02.02 07:57:20
Version: 1.4.2 (build 831)
Compiled on: Jan 28, 2002
Object class: EAccessViolation
Access violation at address BFF7A125 in module 'KERNEL32.DLL'. Read of address 00B31F2C"

im using win98se and its the unregistered trial download
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Old 02-04-2002, 10:35 AM   #2
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If FlashFXP is unable to write to a file for any reason it displays the following message "Unable to write to file, disk full?"

If windows crashes or if the power is turned off while downloading the file is slightly corrupted and scan disk is required to correct the file. If scan disk is not run then FlashFXP is unable to write to the file. I don't know how other applications work. FlashFXP uses standard borland delphi streams.
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Old 02-04-2002, 01:30 PM   #3
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yes i found this, that indicates its a win98 problem

h%://www.compguystechweb.com/troubleshooting/fdisk/free_flaw.html

on the brightside, i dont get the error message since changing from auto to binary mode
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