Hello Radu,

It is also possible if you send / receive very mutch data at high speed
and save to disk or so. This take some time and meanwhile next chunck is
probably already received.

If this is the reason then you can slow down the sending a little by
waiting a littel between data chuncks. You can do this using a timer for
example.

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Rgds, Wilfried [TeamICS]
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http://www.mestdagh.biz

Thursday, March 16, 2006, 13:50, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:



> Hello

> Is there a way to limit the cpu usage when receiving files thru TWsocket?

> Usualy CPU is 90-100% used and the computer freezes for the time the transfer 
> is made.

> Radu



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