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  1. I avoid using BC for web transfers (just a metter of preference) but what is probably happening is that the dropped packets are being counted in the total download, i.e., if you are downloading a 10 MB file and you have 50% dropped packets, the total download witll be 15 MB (10 MB for the actual file and 5 MB 'rejected' data packets)
  2. I really don't have the foggiest idea what you are expecting: 'delete task only' is designed to RETAIN the files and 'delete all' does exactly what it says. What neither will do is to delete files that are NOT in the download folder
  3. No app will delete its own files if they aren't where they are supposed to be. In this case, BC is looking at the default download folder. If a file was moved, then it dowsn't know where it moved to. |It'sequallypossible that a change in Windows structuring would also affect that (the file is moved but the MFT doesn'tknow where to - it looks at the default location
  4. Copy first, then delete task - you will still have to delete the .bc file in the moved folder as neither BC nor Windows will know where it is. Deleting task only does NOT remove the files - it simply stops them downloading
  5. It deletes the file in the BITCOMET folder because that's where it's supposed to be. If it's moved, then the app doesn't know where it is, so it can't be deleted.
  6. The reason the .bc file is there is for seeding. If you aren't seeding, then you need to remove it and manually is the only option (or simply don't copy yhe whole folder to begin with)
  7. In a way it's not very practicable - most people do their downloading while afk (I run mine at night while I'm in bed)
  8. As I said, just move it - that's what I do. I keep my downloads on a separate drive and just move them out of there to an appropriate folder when I consider they've beens eeding long enough (I set the ratio at 4:1 for any files where I'm not the original seed). I then removethe whole shebang to free up space on the torrent dowmload drive.
  9. Welcome - same here but I only sing when everyone else is too drunk to realise how bad I am
  10. I can't quite understand how changing a torrent client will magically make a closed down website suddenly become available
  11. What I do normally is to move the file elswehere and then delete all (including downloaded files) - afterall, it doesn't matter if the file isn't there. I can't be 100% certain but the .bc file may be for seeding, which is why it remains.
  12. You started it sunshine by claiming that having an XT (they had to call it eXtendedTechnology cos ET was already copyright ) somehow gave you street cred. I simply pointed out that it was no big deal,having started on even older systems
  13. It's probably because the website no longer exists - it's not part of bitcomet and BC has no control over external sites. There are othersearch engines,but you'll have to google for those The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL The DNS server returned: This means that the cache was not able to resolve the hostname presented in the URL. Check if the address is correct.
  14. You do know this thread is over SEVEN YEARS old? (and it was fixed back then in 1.26 and the current version is 1.68 - and even Internut Exploder is way past v9
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