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SolSuite 2008 download

I have purchased the 2008 version of SolSuite from their website. The download link sends me to CNET. I have tried 5 times on two Windows XP computers to download this software, but the download repeatedly stops somewhere between 400k and 580k on a 12+M program. I download frequently, so it's not that I don't know how to do it, but I'm sure stumped this time. Can anyone help please? Thank you.

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It seemed OK here.

In reply to: SolSuite 2008 download

Just to check, I downloaded it from here;
http://www.download.com/3120-20_4-0.html?qt=SolSuite+2008&tg=dl-20&search.x=17&search.y=14&search=+Go!
(clicking the Download Now link of course), and had no problem.

Failing on two computers is strange, and that might make my suggestions irrelevant. However;

1] Are these two computers on a network at home? If so, try a different computer elsewhere, (relatives, friends, etc), and ask them to burn to a CD for you.

2] Do you use any download accelerators? If so, turn them off.

3] Which browser are you using? Can you try another type, eg if you are using IE, try Firefox, or vice versa.

4] Clear out your Temporary Internet Files cache and cookies. A free utility for this is CCleaner from http://www.ccleaner.com , but beware, it will remove all temp files, cookies, history, etc.

Perhaps others here will have better ideas.

Good luck.

Mark

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Downloading Upgrade

In reply to: It seemed OK here.

Thanks for your reply. No, my computers are not networked. I can only think it was something with the site, or with my provider, because I waited a couple of hours, and then tried again. No problem this time. Go figure.... Thank you, again.

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That's good.

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Perhaps CNET had a glitch?

It happens sometimes, usually at the least favorable moment, Happy

Mark

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