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Gades74 2008-09-06 09:03

What happened to the torrents?
 
I seriously dunno where to post this question.Are there major maintainance with the torrents or something lately?I can't d/l anything at all as it seems to be inactive~i want my Macross Frontier~~~lol!

Solafighter 2008-09-06 11:09

All fine from my view.

felix 2008-09-06 11:17

Best placed in the Tech Support section.
My guess, Traker is down and your using a primitive client for downloading them.

Gades74 2008-09-06 19:56

But am using the latest BitComet version now...this is irritating...

Gades74 2008-09-06 20:01

Torrents inactive...
 
I seriously dunno where to post this question.Are there major maintainance with the torrents or something lately?I can't d/l anything at all as it seems to be inactive~i want my Macross Frontier~~~lol!I posted this elsewhere and thot maybe i can get help here as well.All the torrents i'd seen lately are all '!' marked and that means inactive right?

Phantom-Takaya 2008-09-06 20:14

This is actually a Downloading Help thread, so I suppose we can wait for a moderator to move this over.

Anyways, what program are you using? "!" usually means either there's an error on the file, such as corruption, or it's missing... You can re-check the files then resume/start the download again. Of course, that's all I can really tell you without knowing what the program you use.

AceD 2008-09-06 20:15

try with Utorrent, its a far better client anyway

Claies 2008-09-07 00:06

There is no such thing as "major maintenance" for torrents. Nobody administers torrents, nobody alone runs torrents. Only the person who started the torrent you downloaded has responsibility for it.

Therefore, asking us won't solve this for you. We can tell you that "!" means it's inactive and you should find other ways. >_>;;


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