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  Reply # 285335 26-Dec-2009 23:14
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i can write data dvd'z no problm, bt the thing is m working n studying so i dont hv too much time for extra stuff. bt still i can do like 2-3 chapters at one time, and next in next weeks ... wud tht b fine. ? if u need evrything all together it will take too much time n i dont think i cn do tht... 


cuz it takes time to download, thn ryt.. etc. nehw, i cn help u for sure as long as its for ur studies n u r not making any business out of it :) 

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  Reply # 285337 26-Dec-2009 23:20
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sep11guy: i cn help u for sure as long as its for ur studies n u r not making any business out of it :) 


that's quite true - do you have proof you're not making money out of this?
also 2nd fine print is: i'm not available till 4th Jan. if you can wait that long.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 285338 26-Dec-2009 23:24
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hey this thing is very slow! a trial click shows it downloads at 120KBps ... that'll take weeks to do 50gig you know! i'm not sure if i have to much time to schedule this day in day out. hrrpmh

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  Reply # 285341 26-Dec-2009 23:29
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if its too slow, a couple of ppl can do like 1/2 chapters and sevente can provide them with the chapters he requires (the most urgent chapters).. n the dvd, shipping etc. n cn atlest get started... i dont think u ll need ALL the chapters at one go ?? i dunno i may b wrong.

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  Reply # 285343 26-Dec-2009 23:41
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it seems that all these courses are also available for free on youtube


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