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Topic # 65866 7-Aug-2010 21:30
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I was using Filefront to upload a few mods for a game and wondering if NZ has its own site for this.  The files are not large all up about 10mb.

I just googled and found this but i think its locked.

http://www.filehosting.net.nz/cgi-bin/FileManager/Manager.pl

Be good if NZ has a free site for uploading as Filefront is getting to annoying, changes with slow browsing.




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  Reply # 364932 8-Aug-2010 10:04
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Why not try using another free international site? I highly doubt there would be a decent NZ site that would offer this service.

Microsoft's Sky Drive will do what you want.... comes with about 25gb of free storage.

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  Reply # 364939 8-Aug-2010 10:54
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Hmm, I usually MediaFire (http://www.mediafire.com/) all my little file uploads. If it is only ~10MB then that should work perfectly.



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  Reply # 365007 8-Aug-2010 15:05
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Kaos36: I was using Filefront to upload a few mods for a game and wondering if NZ has its own site for this.  The files are not large all up about 10mb.

I just googled and found this but i think its locked.

http://www.filehosting.net.nz/cgi-bin/FileManager/Manager.pl

Be good if NZ has a free site for uploading as Filefront is getting to annoying, changes with slow browsing.


http://www.filehosting.net.nz/index.php 

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  Reply # 365088 8-Aug-2010 19:15
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c71931f:
Kaos36: I was using Filefront to upload a few mods for a game and wondering if NZ has its own site for this.  The files are not large all up about 10mb.

I just googled and found this but i think its locked.

http://www.filehosting.net.nz/cgi-bin/FileManager/Manager.pl

Be good if NZ has a free site for uploading as Filefront is getting to annoying, changes with slow browsing.


http://www.filehosting.net.nz/index.php 

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Traceroute shows it is NZ based....... but with hosting direct. I wonder how long its going to last before their server randomly goes AWOL or hostingdirect kick them off.



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  Reply # 365184 9-Aug-2010 06:12
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Tried Filehosting there is no register for free users - prefer to have own login / folder to add files etc.,

MS Skydrive Storage sounds great with a free 25gigs, but I can't share my links on forums etc., I only get the option to share with Friends i know through email addresses

Mediafire - might have to be it.

Then again theirs Weezo which uses your hard drive ain't to bad, had it running once over home network just to move files (faster) but never used it pass that. Might reinstall and use this for sharing since the files are small.

http://www.weezo.net/index.php?lang=en




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