#1

WHY must it stop everything i download at 99.9%!!
or every seed suddenly disconnects
i think it's toying with me...trying to drive me insane...

does this happen to anybody else?
Bought for a few pennies
Now you're all just empty
Fucking soulless machines
RIP YOU APART!!!

-All Shall Perish


#3
well
i dont blame it
parkway drive ARE pretty ****ty
and it doesnt help its next to a ****ty in flames song
maybe utorrent just has good taste in music and likes to **** with people who dont
Vikings? What Vikings? We are but poor, simple farmers. The village was burning when we got here, and the people must have slain themselves.
#4
It's happening to me right now, with Behemoth's Demigod. My CD was scratched, this is the 2nd time i've had to redownload it..

edit: It was corrupted! ****!!
Who dat?
Last edited by Anarion614 at Feb 24, 2008,
#6
nope

it just stops downloading when it starts or doesnt download at all
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#7
I've had an Immortal discography sitting at 95.7% for about 2 months now.
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#9
Quote by highvoltage66
pfft... who downloads single songs..... do you have a 2 gig hard drive or something?

the two In Flames songs are radio rips..the cd isn't out yet (and hasn't leaked yet either )
Bought for a few pennies
Now you're all just empty
Fucking soulless machines
RIP YOU APART!!!

-All Shall Perish


#11
Ahh man, yeah, I hate that. I was downloading the Metallium Discography the other day and it stopped at 99%, after I had left my computer on for two days trying to get it downloaded.
#12
Quote by Bayonetwork
I've had an Immortal discography sitting at 95.7% for about 2 months now.


It's worth it, man. I downloaded 7 CDs worth of his stuff....amazing.
Who dat?
#13
Mine works just fine. As a matter of fact, I'm just bragging about how awesome it is to get a lot of music in less than a day.
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