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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2003


    did any one use this software before??? is it good?? i currently using the BT++, but i ve got a question, why i coundt download more than one files at the same time???

    Is there any way i could download more than one files in once??
    please help me out!

    thanks in advance:afro:
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2003


    1. EDIT BY ADMIN - So is Rufus... but we don't say anything.
    2. Yea, just click on multiple .torrent files. BTW: Don't use BT++ as it is a 'leechers client.'

    EDIT after Admin Edit ;): Hey I like Rufus! He pwns Avaril :afro:
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Nov 2001


    yeah i used it download....ummm certain stuff :rolleyes:

    when i used it it grabbed parts of the files from about 20 different people, it was a 450mb file...but i couldnt stop me uploading stuff so i used "NetLimiter" to put that to 0k...:p
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