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  1. Does anyone know where I can find it? I know someone was hosting it a long time ago,but is it anywhere on the internet? I can't find it anywhere. Thanks.
  2. It would seem that my question fits best here. To me at least. Does anyone know where I could get a link for the longer, 9-minute version of Zebesian Midnight, by Vigilante? I know the link was hosted a while ago, but does it exist on the internet anymore?
  3. Does this mean that I can't download the song and play it in any public space without written permission from the artist?
  4. Nope, you have to redownload it. You can't change it because it needs to be registered with the tracker...Just redownload it. My connection is 1.2 mb/s, but I reached 400+ kb/s on the download. It finished in 4 hours sometime last night, so I'll be seeding the updated torrent for at least a week. EDIT: OK, I needed to re-forward the port because it changed (?), so now my upload connection speed is waaay better. Alright, final summary: I'll be dedicated to only seeding for the next 7 days while I'm on vacation. I'm the utorrent client at IP 70.180.etc. I'll see if there's any internet where I'm going so I can check in. My max upload slots are 6.
  5. Hey Cobalt, I've seen you on the help&newbies forum...Good posts BTW. I don't see any other utorrents on the peer list, but I'm the 70.181,yadda.yadda. Modem speed is clocked at 1.4(image) & 1.2(second test) mb/s Its been running at 300 kb/s + for a while, but now its down to 100 kb/s or so... (Still amazingly fast compared to 60 kb/s average for my crappy wireless signal) ETA of about 3-5 hours. It fluxes a lot with the pieces being downloaded. Currently around 200 kb/s download. Stable at about 20 kb/sec (max) upload. I have enabled a function called "initial seeding", which should help, although I don't know exactly what it does. Also, my wireless connection is fairly unstable. It'll probably drop off every 2-3 hours or so for a few minutes. Anyway, I may post from my vacation, but this is goodbye to this computer, which SHOULD be seeding for the next 7-8 days.
  6. Would it help if I started seeding now? I have a giant computer which could seed forever, but it's currently off-line for maintenance. In about a week or so I will be able to get THAT one working too. Are the problems with the file fixed? Edit: Seeing how there's only one seeder at this time, I'll seed for as long as I can, but I'm leaving for a week and this computer may get shut down, but I'll try to keep it on. Edit#2: Wow, I'm dling this really fast. It should be done in about 3 hours... (I'm the one using utorrent)
  7. Taken from: G4 -------------------------------------------------- Intermediate A relocator program merges data from your old hard drive onto the new hard drive. It leaves the new operating system intact but moves your network settings, programs, and other data. Even though I said not to move programs over to the new drive, a relocator will move all the necessary registry keys for you. If you find that the programs don't operate as intended after transferring them over, just install a fresh copy on the new drive. We recommend Alohabob's PC Relocator. Alohabob PC Relocator ($29.95) helps you transfer all your data and programs without overwriting your operating system. Just connect the PCs with the provided cable and launch Alohabob's software to transfer the data. If your PCs are already on a network, you won't need to connect anything. If you have Windows XP configured on a new computer or hard drive, then you don't need to buy anything. XP comes with the Files and Settings Transfer program, which migrates data from your old PC or hard drive. However, you won't be able to move programs with this program. -------------------------------- As you can see, there are applications that can do what I understand you are trying to do, assuming you can't reinstall the programs, but it costs money... :`( I hope this helps, as Dhsu is right about it being a hassle, however it is the easiest solution. BTW, I like your mixes Dhsu : )
  8. Wow, lots of posts... On topic: I've been looking through some of the sigs that are still there on photobucket (most are gone?), and I think you do a great job! Keep up the good work.
  9. I hope this helps as far as setting your SSID not to broadcast. 1) First, find a way to wire your computer to your router. (Seeing how your ethernet card is broken this may be a problem.) 2) In order to still connect to your network without the SSID being broadcasted, you need to enter your computers MAC address. 3) All routers are different, but the main idea is that you have to first enter your adapter's MAC address. (The card and the wireless adapter will have different addresses. To find this address, go the Run, and type "CMD" without the quotes. Then type "ipconfig (space) /all" and look for "Physical address" under whatever your adapter is. If you have both adapters in, it will show both so be sure to the wireless one. It looks something like: 00-15-00-1B-6B-4D. Enter this somewhere on your router under client MAC addresses or something like that. Then disable the SSID broadcast option, and I believe your computer should be fine connecting.) I've never actually had to do this, but I have read guides on doing it and I have seen these options on my router. Post back if you have any questions.
  10. I have an nVidia 7900 GS, and it can run MOST of those games on high quality fine. I'd go with a 8500/8600(I forget which one...) or a 8800 because graphics will only get better and to me my 7900 is reaching its limit(basically guaranteed it won't be able to run Crytek on high.). Beware however, because those card are big, and you should make sure they can fit in your case. : )
  11. I'd say your best bet would be to try getting Steam to save your login somehow. Check the steam faqs or e-mail them with your question.
  12. 1) Install Windows on new drive 2) look at your old hard drive for files that you ACTUALLY NEED. (Basically everything in My Documents) 3) Try to reinstall programs you need too. (You can just copy over some programs, but most others have files in multiple locations (ie. Registry, System folders, ect,), so try to reinstall rather than copy. 4) Copy settings from old HDD. (You can copy over the settings and config for programs into the same directory on the new HDD.) Post back or PM my if you need anymore help!
  13. I've had this problem on my old computer. I think it was the result of my computer getting very old. I would end a lot of processes that took up memory, which eventually f-ed my computer up. If you can, reformat your HDD. That fixes anything!! (almost)
  14. I = noob! I've been wondering why there wasn't an album for FFVII yet... *Sadly moves to very back of line...*
  15. Great mix! I love the FFVII mixes here on OCR, and this is a great addition, as well as your Tetris Attack mix. Looking forward to hear more from you!