Problem with Vista Home 64 connecting to WS_FTP Home v.7

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by ceb83, May 29, 2008.

  1. ceb83

    ceb83 Guest

    Hi there all you Vista users,

    Been using Vista Home Premium 64-bit for a couple of months now, and
    until now all has been ok.

    I upgraded from Windows 98:eek::eek:; on my old PC I, happily, used
    Ipswitch's WS_FTP95 to upload images to store on my webspace.

    I've downloaded the evaluation copy of WS_FTP Home prior to purchasing
    it.
    However, I'm unable to get onto my webspace.
    I'm receiving the following Connection Log after each connection
    failure.

    Finding Host uploads.webspace.freeserve.net ...
    Connecting to 195.92.193.56:21
    Connected to 195.92.193.56:21 in 0.062400 seconds, Waiting for Server
    Response
    220-webspacem1.svr.pol.co.uk FTP server ($Id: ftpd,v 1.2 2006/09/14
    09:11:05 simonc Exp $)
    220-Local time is now 21:23 and the load is 1.30.
    220 You will be thrown out after 900 seconds of inactivity.
    Host type (1): Automatic Detect
    USER [email protected]
    331 User [email protected] OK. Password required.
    PASS (hidden)
    530 Sorry
    USER bullock83.fsnet.co.uk
    331 User bullock83.fsnet.co.uk OK. Password required.
    PASS (hidden)
    230-You are using 11.79MB of space, and you have 3.21MB free.
    230 OK
    SYST
    215 UNIX Type: L8
    Host type (2): Unix (Standard)
    Sending "FEAT" command to determine what features this server
    supports.
    FEAT
    500 Unknown command
    Apparently, this server does not support the "FEAT" command for
    automatic discovery of features.
    Sending the FEAT command is optional. You can disable it in the site
    options of the profile.
    PWD
    257 "/"
    TYPE A
    200 TYPE is now ASCII
    PASV
    Error reading response from server.
    It appears that the connection is dead. Attempting reconnect...
    Connecting to 195.92.193.56:21
    Connected to 195.92.193.56:21 in 0.046800 seconds, Waiting for Server
    Response
    220-webspacem1.svr.pol.co.uk FTP server ($Id: ftpd,v 1.2 2006/09/14
    09:11:05 simonc Exp $)
    220-Local time is now 21:24 and the load is 1.07.
    220 You will be thrown out after 900 seconds of inactivity.
    Host type (1): Automatic Detect
    USER bullock83.fsnet.co.uk
    331 User bullock83.fsnet.co.uk OK. Password required.
    PASS (hidden)
    230-You are using 11.79MB of space, and you have 3.21MB free.
    230 OK
    SYST
    215 UNIX Type: L8
    Host type (2): Unix (Standard)
    PWD
    257 "/"
    New connection OK. Reissuing command.
    TYPE A
    200 TYPE is now ASCII
    PORT 192,168,1,120,196,45
    200 Data connection will be to 62.136.139.76 port 50221
    LIST
    Error reading response from server.

    I've contacted Ipswitch who offer technical support only after purchase
    of their software. They, kindly, replied and suggested it could be a
    problem with the 64-bit Vista.

    I've also emailed my ISP; I've received an acknowledgment from them and
    will, hopefully, get a full reply in due course.

    In the meantime, if any Vista expert has any idea as to why I have this
    problem and what I could try and do to resolve it, suggestions involving
    running XP instead are not welcome:D:D, I'd really like to hear from
    you!!


    Many thanks, in advance,

    Carol
     
    ceb83, May 29, 2008
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  2. ceb83

    ceb83 Guest

    bump.....
     
    ceb83, Jun 23, 2008
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    tyucvb Guest

    Can 32 bit software run on 64 bit Vista
     
    tyucvb, Jun 23, 2008
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  4. ceb83

    ceb83 Guest

    No idea.....but I've also tried running, unsuccessfully, SmartFT
    (64-bit). Just get a similar message to the one I posted.

    Weird!!!
     
    ceb83, Jun 23, 2008
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  5. Yes. Other factors may prevent a program from running, but the fact it is
    compiled for 32bits is not one of them.
     
    Colin Barnhorst, Jun 23, 2008
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