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Can anyone transfer me the men's doubles final through AIM?

Discussion in 'Olympics ATHENS 2004' started by Zclyh3, Sep 9, 2004.

  1. Zclyh3

    Zclyh3 Regular Member

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    I'm on a 6mbp internet connection. It shouldn't take more that about 1.5 hours.
     
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    you can get it via eMule...
     
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    Yeah but that takes FOREVER. It can only take like 1.5 hours at most on AIM...provided that we both have broadband connections.
     
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    You've got to give to receive my friend. :D That's why eMule exists. No jumping the line I'm afraid.
     
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    Man if I had the damn file and someone on the forums wanted me to transfer it to them, I would gladly do it....provided that they also have a broadband connection...=D
     
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    U should do more playing to catch up than watching :p
     
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    Look COOLER! I'm going to open gym today! So back off! =D But I want to see some high quality ass whipping badminton action!
     
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    Why watch when you would be getting some in the gym today if u don't play more :p
     
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    If you had used eMule, you would have it by now! :rolleyes:

    Anyway, my upload bandwidth is already used up by eMule sorry!
     
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    What are you smoking man? My computer has been up for about close to 3 days now and I only have 139MB of the 242MB!
     
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    Zclyh3, we all know what you are trying to do already, and if someone's willing to transfer it to you, great. There's no need to keep badgering the other members here.
     
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    Just ranting that's all. Hopefully eMule will finish today. I'm still unfamiliar with the program but it is downloading some what....
     
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    You'll find your download speed will go up if you share something popular, and if you maximize your upload speed.
     
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    Thanks for the info man. It's downloading faster now.
     
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    You can also set many files at a time to download, which can be quite useful unless you are only interested in one single file...
     
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    and since you have a fast connection. remember to leave emule on and running after you are done downloading. that way there are more source for download as well as boosting your own download speed for future files.
     
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    I didn't know your emule ratio carries forward with you? for how long?
     
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    For ever! :D
    Or just about... in fact each eMule user has the ratios between him and every other user he knows stored on his disk. These ratios are used to determine priorities in his upload queue.

    This means that unless the user changes PC for example, he will always keep in memory your ratio with him and you will have higher priority in his list as long as your ratio stays good enough.

    Conclusion : the more you upload to the badminton community, the fastest you will download from it too! :)
     

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