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File manager upload problem

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dbosnjak, Nov 30, 2010.

  1. dbosnjak

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    Hi there!
    As of today I have this problem with File Manager:

    When I try to upload a file, the upload doesn't start... Yesterday it was starting automatically and there was no problem at all.
    In IE it gives me the error of file fatching - I have no idea what that means...

    Can you help me? Thx
     
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    Try this, on the top of IE, find the Tools menu, on it find "Delete Browsing History" and clear your temp files and cookies. Restart your browser and give it a go.
     
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    I have already tried all this and I don't use IE normally, but only IE gave me that error message.
    Usually I use Chrome or Firefox and they didn't give me any error message, just couldn't upload files...
     
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    Can you post a screenshot of the error please, I can't duplicate this issue here.
     
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    Seems to be a OS problem.

    Your cPanel have the two File Manager options, like "legacy" and "new"? Try with both.

    If keep get wrong, try a LiveCD with Ubuntu, to test the OS as a problem.
     
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