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|Author:||mr wig [ Sat Nov 05, 2005 8:54 am ]|
|Post subject:||finish allocation|
First of all hello everyone, my question I have used search but couldnt be bothered to search through thousands of result for an ez answer.
I am downloding a torrent with multiple iso files inside, now some of these have done next to them which even though the whole torrent is not yet finished, I've managed to burn to disc and use.
But I have a further 2 iso files that say 100% still read 0 bytes on hard drive does this mean I could click on finish allocation button to resort data so I can burn these files. reason I ask is the uploading seeder had a hardrive crash (he has a backup) so he will be down a couple of days.
I am assuming 100% for them files means all the data is there just not sorted.
Thanks in advance and sorry for long borring post (i like to be accurate lol)
|Author:||Guest [ Sat Nov 05, 2005 7:30 pm ]|
Yes, you're right, 100% means that you have all the pieces but just not in the right place. Clicking on finnish allocation should indeed finish the files for you.
|Author:||Guest [ Sun Nov 06, 2005 9:10 am ]|
Thanks for your response a lifesaver
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