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<img src="http://nsanedown.com/images/logos/cFosSpeed.png" class="logo" alt="cFosSpeed" title="cFosSpeed" />cFosSpeed is a network driver, which attaches itself to existing Internet connections. It then optimizes data transfer by means of Traffic Shaping. Traffic Shaping is a method for optimizing the Internet traffic. It allows maximum speed while ensuring minimal Ping. You can use cFosSpeed with a router and/or a DSL-modem or cable-modem. You can also use cFosSpeed with other types of Internet access, ie. whenever you already have an existing Internet connection. cFosSpeed supports a wide variety of connections, like DSL, cable, ISDN, UMTS, etc.

Thanks to anuraag for the update.

<a href="http://www.nsanedown.com/?request=13630716" target="_blank">Download</a>

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Just installed the 1681 less than a week ago!

Anyway thanks for the updates.

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Hmm....this crash my P4 with Windows 7 Ultimate (BSOD) but working on my other computers. (due to drivers).

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Yep. This is release is buggy. BSOD on Win 7 x64. Faster crash is when torrenting. ;)

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they have said , they are using a new drivers

this might cause the problem ,

Glad i didnt update from 1981:sneaky:

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Unable to load driver....x64 system!:frusty:

Reverting back to the stable version for all my pc!

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Can anybody upload 1681 version bcoz they delete this ver from beta section. :angry:

1682 crash on my machine :frusty: :angry:

1681 crashes too??

thx bashar for the link to ver 1681 :beta:

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Don't use this.....driver unable to load on all my pc. including x32 Windows 7.

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1681 crashes too??

I'm using it on windows 7 x64

and it doesnt have any problem

Here is the link to 1981 x64

website : mediafire.com

sharecode : /?e0mtjzznzyw

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1681 crashes too??

I'm using it on windows 7 x64

and it doesnt have any problem

Here is the link to 1981 x64

website : mediafire.com

sharecode : /?e0mtjzznzyw

Thank you bashar - I'm looking for this one. :)

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Do you have the x86 of 5.13 Build 1681 Beta?

Thanks

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Use nsane forums SEARCH . All versions beta here !

V.5.13.1682 was retired from the website ! Tomorrow or so there will be a new one.

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Fixed build 1683. ;)

seriously , i'm sick of these beta releases every 2-3 days

they better start working something more reliable , i really like the software tho

cFosSpeed 5.13 build 1683

x Fixed bluescreen in NDIS 6 version under Vista+.

x Because of popular demand: option to switch off Taskbar icon is again

available under Vista+. :)

x Hopefully fixed annoying "Alarm" page.

- Executables are now flagged to support 3GB of user space memory.

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seriously , i'm sick of these beta releases every 2-3 days

they better start working something more reliable , i really like the software tho

cFosSpeed 5.13 build 1683

x Fixed bluescreen in NDIS 6 version under Vista+.

x Because of popular demand: option to switch off Taskbar icon is again

available under Vista+. :)

x Hopefully fixed annoying "Alarm" page.

- Executables are now flagged to support 3GB of user space memory.

Hmm.... I think beta update every couple of days, unstable it may be, is better than some software, which update only every half year or something.

And the detailed changelogs are welcome, even though I don't understand it gives the impression they are working hard :D.

Thanks for the changelog btw, I too like this software.

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