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#3683 99% CPU during update konicsek

update from version to version on windows XP leads to 99% CPU usage filezilla tries to download from an hangs with 99% CPU filezilla.exe must be killed using task manager

#1422 <Not connected to any server> Alexander Schuch dwarheit

I am using Filezilla 3.1.0. Whenever I either upload files from my PC to my FTP server or download files from my FTP server to my PC, the remote site info "Filename, Filesize, Filetype, etc will disappear and the message <Not connected to any server> appears where the files should be. This message happens when I get about 1/2 of the files transferred. I am transferring about 900+ files at a time. The files transfer OK even though I get the message because I am still connected to the remote FTP server.

#3609 <Not connected to any server>... while downloading? dpkunath

I'm new to running FileZilla so this maybe the way it goes. Doesn't seem intuitive to me, though, and can't find a related bug listed. Not sure if it's a build issue or not.

Gateway MT6840 centrino duo lappy on a hard line from the router.

Vista Home premium... can't seem to find the damn version numbers but it's been kept updated.

FileZilla updated from 3.0.11 via pop up alert.

I've got files on a remote server that is running right now. 1gig file transfer started off by marking/highlighting the file on the remote location tree and identifying the location on my local drive for the destination. Right click "download" and the transfer started.

I leave it to run and when I return I see only this in the remote file location window:

<Not connected to any server>

This is odd because the file transfer que seems to be still active and I'm 79% and counting along the way towards full download. Web browsing continues as normal indicating web connection.

Not sure if this is enough info or not. I hope so.



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