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I'm using EE 2.5.5 and Assets 2.1.2 When I upload a file (PDF) to replace an older version I am getting the following error message:

Could not upload the file - server returned an unexpected response. 
Please check the server settings. 

The file then does actually upload but the date and time do not change to show the change. I have tried updating the index but the date does not change.

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can you check the developer console of the browser and see what the server is returning for the last Ajax request?

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  • Sorry, im not sure where / how to do that! – user579984 May 1 '13 at 14:05
  • Depends on your browser. In Chrome, right click in the page and choose "Inspect Element". That'll pop up a frame at the bottom - choose the "console" tab and go through this process. Let us know what you see in the console tab, preferably copy/pasted. And please make sure they're all expanded (little arrow to the left of the error). Thank you! – Lisa May 1 '13 at 14:21
  • Or, if that all fails, you can shoot us an email at support@pixelandtonic.com with CP details so we can take a look ourselves! – Andris Sevcenko May 1 '13 at 16:31
  • Here you go:Double-instantiating a context menu on an element garnish-0.1.min.js:18 Double-instantiating a select on an element garnish-0.1.min.js:18 Double-instantiating a context menu on an element garnish-0.1.min.js:18 Double-instantiating a select on an element garnish-0.1.min.js:18 Double-instantiating a context menu on an element garnish-0.1.min.js:18 – user579984 May 1 '13 at 17:02
  • Can you shoot us an email at support@pixelandtonic.com so we can troubleshoot this more efficiently? – Andris Sevcenko May 2 '13 at 7:44

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