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Old 2003-11-09, 22:09   Link #1
Xiandu
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Seeding Questions

i am a newbie and was wondering how you can seed torrents, i would like to help seed if possilbe sometimes. i am well aware of how annoying it is not to be able to finish your download becuase of no seeds available. like when you want to start downloading a new series that has been out for a while. any help would be nice and appreciated.
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Old 2003-11-09, 22:12   Link #2
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how to seed

hey i was wondering how to seed torrents so that i can help sometimes. i hate not having a seed, like when you download a new series for yourself and that series may have been out for a while and doesn't have seeds for the first eps. any help would be appreciated and yes i am a newbie to computers but not downloading anime, have downloaded about 200+ gigs.
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Old 2003-11-10, 01:39   Link #3
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Originally Posted by Xiandu
hey i was wondering how to seed torrents so that i can help sometimes. i hate not having a seed, like when you download a new series for yourself and that series may have been out for a while and doesn't have seeds for the first eps. any help would be appreciated and yes i am a newbie to computers but not downloading anime, have downloaded about 200+ gigs.
Simple start the torrent (by clicking on the same link or running the same file) again. The client will check your file and seed it if your file is complete.
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Old 2003-11-10, 01:40   Link #4
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gawd i feel dumb, that's so simple, hey thanx
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Old 2003-11-10, 07:48   Link #5
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the file name has to match the file you are trying to seed online and the name has to be the same too....I think.
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Old 2003-11-10, 08:42   Link #6
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Start BitTorrent as though you wanted to download the file yourself. When it asks where to save it, choose the original file. It won't overwrite it - it will check the contents and when it's satisfied that it's good, it will begin seeding.

Multi-file torrents are a little more complicated. For example, if you wanted to seed something that makes a directory named "Naruto" say, and your stuff is saved to C:\Downloads\BitTorrent\Naruto, then specify the save path as C:\Downloads\BitTorrnet without Naruto at the end.

I that that about covers it.
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