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I believe that majority of the people here uses HJSplit to split HUGE files. You can download HJSplit here. The files will end with .001, .002, .003 etc. Open your HJSplit and click on JOIN. Make sure all your files have the same name or it won`t join properly. Then click Input file and It will show the file which has the .001 extention. If you wish for the final file to be in another location instead of the same location as where you have your split files, click on Output file to change location.
I live in SINGAPORE, GMT +8. If I provide a torrent, I usually seed it between 10pm - 6am, Singapore Time. So please take into consideration the time difference and do not whine about seeds. I.WILL.SEED
Vuze / Azureus did not work for me as well, even though I had DHT enabled.
But BitTorrent works perfectly.
So if you are on your own computer or are allowed to install new programs, just google BitTorrent (I use version 6.4) and install it. You can have BitTorrent and Vuze installed and it won't affect each other.
Torrents are usually the first form of download available every time. Check your torrent client to make sure that it has its DHT Enabled. For BitTorrent users, press Ctrl+P on your keyboard, click BitTorrent and make sure the DHT choices are checked.
What is torrent?
Usually this refers to the small metadata file you receive from the web server (the one that ends in .torrent.) Metadata here means that the file contains information about the data you want to download, not the data itself. This is what is sent to your computer when you click on a download link on a website. You can also save the torrent file to your local system, and then click on it to open the BitTorrent download. This is useful if you want to be able to re-open the torrent later on without having to find the link again.
What is peer?
A peer is another computer on the internet that you connect to and transfer data. Generally a peer does not have the complete file, otherwise it would be called a seed. Some people also refer to peers as leeches, to distinguish them from those generous folks who have completed their download and continue to leave the client running and act as a seed.
What is seed?
A computer that has a complete copy of a certain torrent. Once your client finishes downloading, it will remain open until you click the Finish button (or otherwise close it.) This is known as being a seed or seeding. You can also start a BT client with a complete file, and once BT has checked the file it will connect and seed the file to others. Generally, it's considered good manners to continue seeding a file after you have finished downloading, to help out others. Also, when a new torrent is posted to a tracker, someone must seed it in order for it to be available to others. Remember, the tracker doesn't know anything of the actual contents of a file, so it's important to follow through and seed a file if you upload the torrent to a tracker.
What is a tracker?
A server on the Internet that acts to coordinate the action of BitTorrent clients. When you open a torrent, your machine contacts the tracker and asks for a list of peers to contact. Periodically throughout the transfer, your machine will check in with the tracker, telling it how much you've downloaded and uploaded, how much you have left before finishing, and the state you're in (starting, finished download, stopping.) If a tracker is down and you try to open a torrent, you will be unable to connect. If a tracker goes down during a torrent (i.e., you have already connected at some point and are already talking to peers), you will be able to continue transferring with those peers, but no new peers will be able to contact you. Often tracker errors are temporary, so the best thing to do is just wait and leave the client open to continue trying.
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PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE DO NOT HOTLINK MY IMAGES. IT KILLS MY BANDWIDTH.
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