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Old 07-14-2011, 12:17 PM  
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Originally Posted by bigstar View Post
This is only necessary if you're having problems with file corruption as a result of resuming the file. In some cases when a file transfer fails the last packet received can contain garbage.
Is there a way to determine when "such cases" apply?

So, should there be no benefit to setting "KB to Rollback on resumed downloads" to the a value larger than the greatest value of Maximum Transmission Unit used on networks being used? (typically 1500 bytes for Internet and 9000 bytes for local network with maximum Jumbo Frame size being used)

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