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Old 2006-03-31, 09:00 PM
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how do i hop back on to help seed a show??

i got down downloading a show awhile ago...burned copies and deleated it on BitTorrent....and also deleated it on my do i go about and hop back on and help seed a show...i put the dvd back on my harddrive..??..i am using any help and i can help seed some more!..thanks...
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Old 2006-03-31, 09:12 PM
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Re: how do i hop back on to help seed a show??

What I do....

Take your DVD and drag/drop the VIDEO_TS folder to your harddrive

Download the torrent file
Start it for a second (enough for the torrent to get the files started)
Stop the torrent
Get rid of the VIDEO_TS folder in the newly created folder from the torrent.
Put the VIDEO_TS folder that you created by drag/drog in its place
Start the torrent again (you may have to say Recheck)
It will check the torrent again, maybe get to 99.7%, complete it (you will be missing the txt file, the md5 file, artwork, other *small* files) and start to seed.
Five's Checksums Demystified - everything and anything you want to know about checksums
On a Mac? Get XLD to rip your CDs. Please see this guide - X Lossless Decoder (XLD): How to create flawless CD rips on Mac OS X

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