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  1. It's so true. If you're looking for deep wisdoms packaged in a deceptively childlike format, look no further than the adventures of Pooh and company So, I ran tests on my personal Macbook and Galaxy S5, and it looks like the download issue is particular to this computer (late 2012 iMac). The download test keeps getting stuck at the same place on both Chrome and Safari, while the upload test works fine. *Update. Just ran the multithread test and guess what? Safari worked! Tried standard download test, and voila! It worked too. Went out on a limb and tried the combined test. SUCCESS!
  2. Thanks for the reply, appreciate it. I ran the tests as you suggested, and noticed something interesting. The upload tests work fine if I do them alone, but none of the download tests worked (consequently, running the combined test got me nowhere). Just to be certain, I cleared my Chrome cache back to the beginning of time before running the tests. However, considering the results, I imagine it must be a blockage from my side. Is there anything else I can tinker with from here that might be affecting my connection? US East (Chrome) - "One Moment..." for 5 minutes before changing serv
  3. Hi there I haven't been able to use this site for quite a while now, but I can't handle relying on *coughcoughspeedtestcoughcough* ​any more - my line is obviously not working properly, but *coughcoughspeedtestcoughcough* ​keeps telling me it is working at full capacity Anyway, I digress. Whenever I try run a test (be it download, upload, or combined), it starts running, gets to about here and goes no further. I've tried on Chrome and Safari, before and after clearing my cache (and running cron scripts and anything else I could find that might influence it), but it keeps getti
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