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Old 2007-08-03, 03:39 PM
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Newbie here!

I'm totally new here. A friend sent me here. Told me there are some great shows. I'm kinda lost though. I found a thread that contains a show I'd like to download, but can't find a download button. I don't know how any of this stuff works:

I'm lost. Help!
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Old 2007-08-04, 06:34 AM
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Re: Newbie here!

you need to save the .torrent file which is near the bottom of the first post to your computer...then open the .torrent file using whatever bit torrent program you prefer

if yer completely unfamiliar with file sharing using bit torrent, read thru our FAQ -- tons of info in there
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Re: Newbie here!

All you have to do is download a bittorrent client (program), like Bittornado 3.18 [ ] or Azureus [ ] Install it, then go to the thread for the show you want. Make sure you have enough free space on your hard drive for the show. For that 82 VH show, you need at least 8 GB free. Download the .torrent file from the thread that is in the first post to your desktop (or wherever you want), then double left click the .torrent file. Bittornado or Azureus will activate, and ask where you want to save. Save on a drive with enough free space (8 GB). Then your download/upload will start. It usually takes a few days to finish and upload the same amount you have downloaded. That's the basics of BT. If you have any more questions, post back here and/or read the FAQs. Good luck!
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