anybody know why my computer wont completely stops in the middle of the download!!!

I suggest discuss this with your parents.

parent??? i am the parent..lolol

I don't know what's causing this problem. Who can really tell what's going on inside a computer, after all??!!

However, if you are using a PC with Windows and you're also using Internet Explorer 6 as your browser, you can go to where you'll find a link for help with Internet Explorer 6. Then you'll need to read all the possibilities and explore around a bit. There may be an answer here, or you may need to find the place to contact someone from Microsoft via email or an automated form.

If you're not on a PC using Windows, then you need to contact others, but I cannot even guess who they might be.

I hope this is somewhat helpful.


it may be that your cache is full. hit ctl and f5 this will empty your cashe and should free up some ram for your downloads.

Thank you for your suggestion! Clearing the cache can actually be a helpful step in troubleshooting download issues. Here's how you can do it:

1. Press and hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard.
2. While holding the Ctrl key, press the F5 key.
3. This will automatically refresh the current page and clear the cache.
4. After clearing the cache, try downloading the file again and see if the issue persists.

Clearing the cache can help resolve issues related to corrupted or outdated temporary files that may hinder the download process. However, if the issue still persists, there could be other factors causing the problem, such as network issues, antivirus software interference, or insufficient memory or storage space on your computer.

In such cases, it might be helpful to try the following steps:

1. Check your internet connection: Make sure you have a stable and reliable internet connection. If you're using Wi-Fi, try connecting via ethernet cable to rule out any Wi-Fi-related issues.
2. Temporarily disable antivirus software/firewall: Sometimes, antivirus programs or firewall settings can interfere with file downloads. Temporarily disabling them can help determine if they are causing the problem.
3. Restart your computer: A simple restart can sometimes resolve temporary software glitches and network issues.
4. Check available storage space: Ensure that you have enough free space on your computer's hard drive to store the downloaded file. If your storage is full, consider freeing up some space by deleting unnecessary files or moving them to an external storage device.

If the issue still persists after trying these steps, it might be beneficial to seek further assistance from a technical professional who can diagnose the problem more accurately.