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(1) Upload your file again or recreate the course. Many issues can be resolved with a simple do-over.
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(3) Hardwire your computer to the Internet (via Ethernet cable) and disable Wi-Fi.
(4) Update your browser and disable plugin or extensions.
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(6) Check your computer's power management settings so it does not power off or go to sleep during the upload.
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