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  1. For me, Chrome won't download files large than 2 GB. What can be done to solve this problem?
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  2. Member darkknight145's Avatar
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    Have you tried another browser? this would isolate it to a browser problem or website.
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    Or even a storage format issue
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  4. Stream Video Downloader, for Chrome, is the only thing that will work for some sites. If the download is larger than 2 GB, it is corrupted.
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    So, again, what are you downloading these files to storage wise ? And what is the format of it FAT, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS etc. ?
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  6. A 4 TB drive, .mp4 format.
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  7. I'm not sure why you are asking this question in this forum. A simple Google search turns up lots of answers. Most seem to recommend using a plugin (or addin, or whatever Chrome calls them) that is specifically designed for downloads.
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    ^^ Well the OP is actually using an addin >> Reply #4

    Maybe the addin has a download limit and these downloaders are typically just for short clips. 'Large >> 2 gb files suggest movies and HD at that.

    Maybe I also misjudge and the OP has the right to download but he should also read the forum rules about 'rentals' and if that is the case then help ends here.
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  9. Originally Posted by DB83 View Post
    ^^ Well the OP is actually using an addin >> Reply #4
    Thanks. I missed that.

    Maybe try a different add-in?
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    Originally Posted by jastavoss@msn.com View Post
    For me, Chrome won't download files large than 2 GB. What can be done to solve this problem?
    Stop using Chrome. But if you can't live without the Safari-like interface, give a try to Chromium itself, or to Opera, or to Vivaldi. This latter has improved a lot, it suxxx much less than it sucked in the beginning.
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