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Re: Torrents

Post by milwaukees-junglist » Sun Oct 25, 2009 10:02 pm

J3D wrote: buy a rapidshare account costs a couple of quid
use a download manager and then search rapidshare blog spots.

you dont have to buy a rapidshare account if your that much of a leech
but the free option is slow and very time consuming.
How much stuff is there available on rapidshare? What's the best way of searching?

Just curious because I've got a rapidhshare account but I've only ever used it to download old skool mp3's. I use torrents for tv series and the odd film but I'd rather download from rapidshare.

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Re: Torrents

Post by J3D » Sun Oct 25, 2009 10:23 pm

you can get pretty much get anything

films
software
music

i mainly use it to download large software ISO images files that are 4GB'S +

Just google Rapidshare blogs or register to rapidshare forums like this one:
http://forumw.org

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Re: Torrents

Post by jimee » Mon Oct 26, 2009 9:17 am

I thought rapidshare was just for small'ish files, ive only ever downloaded dj sets and tunes from it, never search for movies etc... ill have to give it a try.

I use bitlord client, and I search for torrent files on torrents.to - it searches all the big torrent sites, but the best I have found are minova and btjunkie.

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Re: Torrents

Post by J3D » Mon Oct 26, 2009 12:39 pm

small files lol
the biggest file i downloaded was 18GB's
the other week

rapidshare files are uploaded in to part rar files
you can upload / download any sized file.

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Re: Torrents

Post by Nokka » Sun Nov 01, 2009 6:21 pm

ive never had any problems using utorrent so im gonna stick with that..

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Re: Torrents

Post by renegadegenius » Sun Nov 01, 2009 7:16 pm

Milwaukees-Junglist wrote:
J3D wrote: buy a rapidshare account costs a couple of quid
use a download manager and then search rapidshare blog spots.

you dont have to buy a rapidshare account if your that much of a leech
but the free option is slow and very time consuming.
How much stuff is there available on rapidshare? What's the best way of searching?

Just curious because I've got a rapidhshare account but I've only ever used it to download old skool mp3's. I use torrents for tv series and the odd film but I'd rather download from rapidshare.
I'll pm u a big list of forums / blogspots - that'll keep u busy :)
(Some of the forums you'll need to join before u can view - bit like on here).

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