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#8449 30-Jun-2006 14:57
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I started downloading prison break (full series 8GB) over a week a go and have only go 50% - seems to hover around 10-15k and there is no lack of seeders\leechers.  A friend at work mentioned that her downloads seem to have slowed right down lately as well.

Anyone else out there on iHug having the same issues?




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  #40222 30-Jun-2006 15:18
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Nope, My torrents are still going at about 230-250k which is normal for me.

Your not having much luck lately are you?

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  #40258 1-Jul-2006 10:37
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same....my torrents are running fine as well....it could be that even though there are lot of seeders....they are giving more bandwith to other leechers than you....

 
 
 
 


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  #40264 1-Jul-2006 12:25
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I have always found problems with the full season torrents of anything, I find its better to just get all the individual episode torrents.

Anyway, ask around, theres lots of people with it. I gave up on prison break half way thru but I know there are lots out there with the full season.

Get back to the roots of warez trading, go and see people with a stack of disks like I was doing back in the 80s before this new fangled internet thingie arrived  




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  #40281 1-Jul-2006 17:28
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lokinz: Nope, My torrents are still going at about 230-250k which is normal for me.

Your not having much luck lately are you?


Thats the fun of computers :-)




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