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I'm trying to download a mod for Witcher 3, but the only download option is manual and all my browsers' download speeds seem to be capped at around 300kb/s. I have no idea why, does anyone know a way to solve this problem? Please help.



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You should post this in the Site Issues forum... I know Nexus has some troubleshooting steps for just such problems.



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You should post this in the Site Issues forum... I know Nexus has some troubleshooting steps for just such problems.

 

Feedback, suggestions and questions ... how are you doing Hey? Has it been warm enough for you on your side of the crick?



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You should post this in the Site Issues forum... I know Nexus has some troubleshooting steps for just such problems.

 

Feedback, suggestions and questions ... how are you doing Hey? Has it been warm enough for you on your side of the crick?

 

Warm enough? :) One way of putting it..... I was stupid enough to say "Yes" when a friend asked me to help him with 'some tree work'....... I thought, a couple hours..... in reality, it was a couple days. In the 90+ degree heat, and high humidity... That was fun. :) At least it paid well.

 

Cooler today, as we are having thunderstorms roll though. So, it's alternating between HOT and humid, and merely warm and humid. :) At least I have central air in the house. :D

Here's hopin' life is treatin' ya well. :D



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You should post this in the Site Issues forum... I know Nexus has some troubleshooting steps for just such problems.

 

Feedback, suggestions and questions ... how are you doing Hey? Has it been warm enough for you on your side of the crick?

 

Warm enough? :smile: One way of putting it..... I was stupid enough to say "Yes" when a friend asked me to help him with 'some tree work'....... I thought, a couple hours..... in reality, it was a couple days. In the 90+ degree heat, and high humidity... That was fun. :smile: At least it paid well.

 

Cooler today, as we are having thunderstorms roll though. So, it's alternating between HOT and humid, and merely warm and humid. :smile: At least I have central air in the house. :D

Here's hopin' life is treatin' ya well. :D

 

 

If they'd let me cross the border I'd take home a bucket or two of your ACed air ... there are no such conveniences here at the Striker Manor. Weather Network claims it's down to 22C (72F on your side of the crick). Maybe they're sticking the thermometer into the lake. I watched the radar picture you had overhead earlier, we got our turn with it just a while ago.

 

Life ... it's a box of chocolates isn't it? Never know what's inside 'til you take a bite.



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You should post this in the Site Issues forum... I know Nexus has some troubleshooting steps for just such problems.

 

Feedback, suggestions and questions ... how are you doing Hey? Has it been warm enough for you on your side of the crick?

 

Warm enough? :smile: One way of putting it..... I was stupid enough to say "Yes" when a friend asked me to help him with 'some tree work'....... I thought, a couple hours..... in reality, it was a couple days. In the 90+ degree heat, and high humidity... That was fun. :smile: At least it paid well.

 

Cooler today, as we are having thunderstorms roll though. So, it's alternating between HOT and humid, and merely warm and humid. :smile: At least I have central air in the house. :D

Here's hopin' life is treatin' ya well. :D

 

 

If they'd let me cross the border I'd take home a bucket or two of your ACed air ... there are no such conveniences here at the Striker Manor. Weather Network claims it's down to 22C (72F on your side of the crick). Maybe they're sticking the thermometer into the lake. I watched the radar picture you had overhead earlier, we got our turn with it just a while ago.

 

Life ... it's a box of chocolates isn't it? Never know what's inside 'til you take a bite.

 

When we went house shopping, central air was one of the requirements, due to both of us having various health issues. (we don't deal well with heat. :) ) That, and a two car garage, any outbuildings would just be bonuses. :) It's expensive to run it, so, it doesn't see a lot of use...... but, in conditions like this? Yep. You betcha. It cools off acceptably at night, so, we open windows, and run a couple fans once it cools off outside. It's downright NICE out this morning. Temps in the low 70's. I don't expect that to last though....... seems the storms have passed, and it is a cloudless blue sky out there. So, HOT today. :D



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You should post this in the Site Issues forum... I know Nexus has some troubleshooting steps for just such problems.

 

Feedback, suggestions and questions ... how are you doing Hey? Has it been warm enough for you on your side of the crick?

 

Warm enough? :smile: One way of putting it..... I was stupid enough to say "Yes" when a friend asked me to help him with 'some tree work'....... I thought, a couple hours..... in reality, it was a couple days. In the 90+ degree heat, and high humidity... That was fun. :smile: At least it paid well.

 

Cooler today, as we are having thunderstorms roll though. So, it's alternating between HOT and humid, and merely warm and humid. :smile: At least I have central air in the house. :D

Here's hopin' life is treatin' ya well. :D

 

 

If they'd let me cross the border I'd take home a bucket or two of your ACed air ... there are no such conveniences here at the Striker Manor. Weather Network claims it's down to 22C (72F on your side of the crick). Maybe they're sticking the thermometer into the lake. I watched the radar picture you had overhead earlier, we got our turn with it just a while ago.

 

Life ... it's a box of chocolates isn't it? Never know what's inside 'til you take a bite.

 

When we went house shopping, central air was one of the requirements, due to both of us having various health issues. (we don't deal well with heat. :smile: ) That, and a two car garage, any outbuildings would just be bonuses. :smile: It's expensive to run it, so, it doesn't see a lot of use...... but, in conditions like this? Yep. You betcha. It cools off acceptably at night, so, we open windows, and run a couple fans once it cools off outside. It's downright NICE out this morning. Temps in the low 70's. I don't expect that to last though....... seems the storms have passed, and it is a cloudless blue sky out there. So, HOT today. :D

 

 

Ya my central AC worked when I bought the place, stopped working around the same time I retired. In normal times I'm up north most of the summer so the non-working AC isn't an issue. Obviously we are not in normal times anymore.

 

Yes the cooler air and NW breeze is welcome. I live in the moment but I did take a peek at the weather lies from the weather guys on Weather Network. How does that saying go ... all good things must end.

 

- Edit - Kinda' nice to find a thread to hijack in an obscure corner. I do miss our chats on the Alliance shouty (seems like eons ago sometimes).


Edited by Striker879, 11 July 2020 - 02:53 PM.


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:)

 

Weatherman: The ONLY job I know of where you can be WRONG every day, and still keep your job....... Well, ok, politicians too I suppose.

 

Supposed to be in the low 80's the next several days, before we get back into the 90's...... Think I may actually mow my hayfield.... erm, lawn.... today. :D



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:smile:

 

Weatherman: The ONLY job I know of where you can be WRONG every day, and still keep your job....... Well, ok, politicians too I suppose.

 

Supposed to be in the low 80's the next several days, before we get back into the 90's...... Think I may actually mow my hayfield.... erm, lawn.... today. :D

 

Last week I chased my lawnmover around the yard. Time will tell whether or not that rain has convinced the grass it's OK to turn green ... the weeds don't seem to care much about rainfall, they just grow and grow.

 

I often wonder how many square miles of grass I've cut over the years.



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:smile:

 

Weatherman: The ONLY job I know of where you can be WRONG every day, and still keep your job....... Well, ok, politicians too I suppose.

 

Supposed to be in the low 80's the next several days, before we get back into the 90's...... Think I may actually mow my hayfield.... erm, lawn.... today. :D

 

Last week I chased my lawnmover around the yard. Time will tell whether or not that rain has convinced the grass it's OK to turn green ... the weeds don't seem to care much about rainfall, they just grow and grow.

 

I often wonder how many square miles of grass I've cut over the years.

 

I would expect the answer to that question would likely scare you. :D

 

I hear ya on the weeds. I have a FINE crop of thistles.... I need to find out if there is a commercial use for them. I could potentially be sitting on a gold mine. :D


Edited by HeyYou, 12 July 2020 - 02:10 PM.






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