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HellBound Hackers | Computer General | Trouble Shooting

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Posted on 22-08-06 08:20
Ok, I was downloading phlak to burn the ISO onto a cd-rw when I noticed something... It downloaded onto my computer in 5 seconds. I HAVE DIAL UP! anyways, back to this, so I remembered it was a torrent and torrents are used to download more "file(s)" from a mirror or server. Well, I went to run the torrent but it came up as it couldnt identify what to use to open it. what do I ned to do to get this? I want my phlak! lol


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Posted on 22-08-06 12:33
It's not from a mirror or another server. it's from other piers. Anyways... azuerus, bitlord, utorrent are all good and free.




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Posted on 22-08-06 12:38
it took 5 seconds , i wouldnt think its actually phlak then just a virus


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Posted on 22-08-06 14:43
-Intrus- it's not a virus, it's the .torrent file. Do none of you guys use torrents?


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Posted on 22-08-06 14:53
indeed xD

Torrents are very small, so you can download them in about 5 seconds. Downloading the file itself using one of the programs mentoined above..


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Posted on 22-08-06 15:06
@WhiteAcid:

Bitlord is a shitty client, it dosen't follow the bitorrent protocol properly, azureus and utorrent are the best 2 to use (although I prefer Azureus, it has more features).


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Posted on 22-08-06 15:38
I know bitlord isn't all that good, I just threw it up there. I use azureus too.




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Posted on 27-08-06 05:06
I hate dial up. got another long night ahead of me now X_x thanks guys for the info