i-drive - One file and I'm out of space?
I just signed up on i-drive. Under privet, I made a folder labeled games. Uploaded I small game that took 1 min. to load. OK, fine, let's add a bigger one. After 5min. it said my storage was full! "Cannot load your 10mb file." How can I be full? I thought you could store 50 gigs here! What am I doing wrong? thx, ~
50GB! Holy cow! hehehehe, actually it's 50MB, not 50GB.
I can confirm the 50MB thing... it used to be unlimited - no?
Unlimited???? Not that I could remember.... That would be a sweet thought though of having UNLIMITED space usage for a free service. And boy would they have to invest in massive quantities of SCSI hard drives that would cost them mega-bucks!
hehehe you have to read carefully, its only 50mb as the friends before me have stated .
So you could make more than one account if you need the space.
Can some one give me a earlier post on were and how you can store pics so you can include a pic in your post?
Is there a limit on the length a post can be here? thx, ~
Or you can get 500mb of space if you fill out a short survey at www.myspace.com
All info you need is to be found in the UBB section, there is a link to it when you click on 'post reply'.
Under the 'Submit Reply' button you will find the words UBB Code underlined click on this and you will find all info needed for posting.
[This message has been edited by King_Kooba_Fantastique (edited 02-05-2001).]
I commonly use MySpace for most online file archiving.
I also use http://www.e247.com for file storage. This site has an option to upload multimedia and actually stream the files wherever you may be located. Excellent for those wanting to create a custom MP3 playlist for listening at work, home, or even at a friend's house.
e247 also allows the receiving of large email attachments upto 25 MB. A nice feature for myself, as both of my primary ISP's limit to ~5 MB.
Catch ya' later,
[This message has been edited by RobRich (edited 02-05-2001).]
What is the d/l speed of I-Drive. i remember someone complaining to me that on his dsl line, I drive was d/l at like 3k a second.
I have experienced the same problem, i have adsl and when i try to dl from I-Drive its very slow, something like 3-4 kb/sec.
I dont bother with I-Drive anymore.
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