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5/17/11
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Download Interrupted? - I was recently downloading a file and it stopped, showing 'interrupted' in the download box.

I was recently downloading a file and it stopped, showing 'interrupted' in the download box. What does this mean?
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ekaplan200
5/20/11
ekaplan200
I am having the same issue, when using an online learning management system. .xlsx and .docx files attached in discussion areas of the course using the learning management system result in the following message:
 
XXXXXXX/0 B, Interrupted (where XXXXXXX = some number, which I am guessing is the file size.
davidg707
5/21/11
davidg707
Same here.
 
Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit
Chrome beta 12.0.742.60
 
Clicking a torrent link, shows the file download thing at the bottom, and 2105/0 B , Interrupted.
 
Larger files work fine.
 
Any ideas?
Zychowski
5/23/11
Zychowski
This is sad, usually Google staff are on the leading edge of progress. I have to switch browsers from Flock to Chrome now Opera I guess.
superdav42
5/25/11
superdav42
I encountered this recently on a website I manage. Firefox would download the file without problems but chrome would always give XXX/0 B interrupted. It turns out the problem was the webserver was sending an incorrect Content-length header which was more bytes than the actual file. So chrome was thinking the file was not completely downloaded when the webserver stopped sending data so it assumed it was interrupted. Removing the content-length header solves this problem. I know chrome used to work to download these dynamically generated files but probably changed it's behavior during some update. I'm using 13.0.772.0 dev now.
Omegadoom
6/9/11
Omegadoom
Same problem here with 12.0.742.91 in Win7 x64. Never happened before.-
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