So I go to Google Drive, I choose a folder to upload. This folder is about 600MB, it's filled with all kinds of stuff that I want to backup. Upload starts, goes nice and fast (I have a 50/50 FiOS connection). I leave and come back ten minutes later to find an error, only 30MB were transferred, then it stopped completely. So I click on"Retry" and it goes again, uploads 100MB in a few minutes, but then gives me another error. Click Retry again and it goes. I come back a while later and it's stuck at 454MB. It's just stuck, no error this time. It stays there for ten minutes until it starts moving again on its own, but very slow. Then I get another error at 525MB. Click Retry again and it finishes really slow. So what is this about? Why the errors? Why would Google not continue transferring around the error? If I set a 10Gib upload and then leave for a few hours or go to sleep, why should it stop for an error at 20MB? Many why the freezes without the errors? Here's the kicker, it did the same thing about three months ago. The last time I used it, it was just as unreliable and finicky. I could understand that they throttle the speed to conserve bandwidth, but to stop the upload altogether for 10 minutes is crazy. Is it something I am doing?