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there could be many torrents for that movie at demoniod.

Once again...

complete name of TORRENT, not movie

List of files downloaded

a link to the page where you downloaded the torrent.

With these three things we should be able to help you

Suspect

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im trying to put a movie i downloaded off demonoid on to a dvd-r but its not working and ive tried windows media player and real player but it wont work to burn them on to a disc any suggestions or help

Well, it's surely not BitComet problem, and here is wrong place to ask this question.

Nevertheless.

- Movie doesn't work?

1) Find needed codec (e.g. one out of K-Lite Codec Pack)

2) Find suitable player (tons of these - from WMP and WinAMP to Media Player Classic and BSplayer)

- You can't burn it? RTFM!

My DVD-RW shipped with Nero bundled - so check yours' CD for it or visit their web site.

The UnUsual Suspect, you're suspicious even more than usual... Do you really have nothing in common with MAFIAA? ;)

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Torrents\cars.torrent

C:\Program Files\BitComet\Downloads\cars

ff7bc4a41a8aa87505beddad3a0d60ee840fcc46

1 MB

1.37 GB [100%]

1.37 GB

http://kid.sladinki007.net:6700/announce

100%

0 B

1.46 GB (1 MB rubbish data dropped)

2.47 GB

5 KB/s within 72:25:06

6 KB/s within 99:99:99

http://www.demonoid.com/

the files are

mvn-carsnfo.nfo 2.32 kb

mvn-carstsxvid01.avi 699.03 mb

mvn-carstsxvid02.avi 696.90 mb

mvn-carstsxvidsample.avi 12.81 mb

nightfire_rg.nfo 3.03 kb

does this help or do you need more

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im trying to put a movie i downloaded off demonoid on to a dvd-r but its not working and ive tried windows media player and real player but it wont work to burn them on to a disc any suggestions or help

IMSMR, you cannot burn a DVD with media player unless you have Media Edition or have installed MS Movie Maker. Otherwise it isn't supported. RealPlayer likewise doesn't support burning DVD's. They only support CD's, and that not very well.

You need other burning software to accomplish the task. But if you want the result to work on a normal DVD player, well, you just stepped off a very steep cliff. That subject is, err, complex.

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