Thread: Forum Videos on CD
28th Oct 2006, 08:00 PM #136Intermediate Member
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- Feb 2003
- Adelaide, S Aust
Do you have any of the DVD copies left? I would like to have the DVD copy sent out to me if possible. I can then copy and send on to whoever would want one as well. Let me know. Thanks.
29th Oct 2006, 04:23 PM #137You've got to risk it to get the biscuit
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ok guys. i've got my cd's. but i cant copy them ( yet.), dont no why, but my computer wont let me. its saying the files are written to the cd but they dont appear to be there when i tested them on the laptop. (i tried 3 times to ) i tried to burn one on the laptop and that didnt work. i used nero on the computer and roxio on the laptop. i will try to get them done in the next week, even if it means i have to take them to school to burn them.
sorry joash, i will get em along asap.
cheersS T I R L O
29th Oct 2006, 05:51 PM #138
29th Oct 2006, 09:45 PM #139
HappyHammer - sending to stirlo & sea dragon
stirlo - sending to Joash
sea dragon - please send to Bob38S
Sir Stinkalot – sent to swiftden
Swiftden – please send to old dog
Old dog - please send to graemecarson
graemecarson - please send to Howdya do that
Howdya do that - please send on to Sasha
Tonto sent to Driver
Driver sent to Doughboy
Doughboy – sent to longlux
Longlux – sent to graemet
graemet - please send to tanii51
tanii51 - please send to JDub
BTW, if you are on the list above as a recipient, and haven't done so already, please ensure you send your details via PM to the person who will be good enough to send to you. They should not have to chase you.
Further to this, maybe mention in your PM to the sender if you can take either DVD or CDs, they can then see what suits, what blanks they have or whatever
The beatings will continue until morale improves.
29th Oct 2006, 10:14 PM #140Member
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- Apr 2006
I have a DVD that chrisb691 sent me (thanks again Chris!). I have finally organised my own discs, and would like to pass the DVD on to the next person. PM me with your details and I will post it to you.
30th Oct 2006, 10:18 PM #141
Tony from Mooroolbark - did you get your CDs? An acknowlegement would be nice!
30th Oct 2006, 10:22 PM #142If at first you don't succeed, give something else a go. Life is far too short to waste time trying.
30th Oct 2006, 10:31 PM #143
Hi Gumby. I gave Azureus the flick again and reinstalled uTorrent. Heres a screenshot of whats happening. To be safe i removed the .txt extension from all files and as you say they changed to utorrent files.
When I test the port if its open it says ERROR! Port does not seem to be open. I set a static IP and designated the generated random port as the tcp and UDP port. Anything else I need to do that you can see from the screen shot.
And btw, I've given this computer direct access to the internet rather than through a shared ICS.If you never made a mistake, you never made anything!
30th Oct 2006, 10:38 PM #144
30th Oct 2006, 10:40 PM #145
As administratively intensive as the first round has been, we are getting enough new movies to justify a new CD soon.......bugger huh!
30th Oct 2006, 10:42 PM #146
Shedhand - if you are having so much trouble with Torrents, why not just use the FTP service that Groggy is offering?
30th Oct 2006, 10:53 PM #147
30th Oct 2006, 11:15 PM #148
I hate em......pity I also work in IT......
Have a good read of the threads on torrenting - there are some references to ports being blocked Gumby was talking about and firewalls that may help. I know nothing on that side of things, so can't help. Mine just worked, much to my relief.
31st Oct 2006, 12:02 AM #149
A while back I had an argument with my ISP provider as they were blocking ports... when the Terms of Contract for my account said they shouldn't be. They were blocking torrents & VOIP, although they tried telling me they weren't and that my firewall must be miscfg'ed. It really didn't take much to collect enough evidence to point out the error of their ways and start them providing me the services I was paying for.
Here's a relatively simple'n'painless way to find out which, if any, ports your ISP is blocking...
Go to the Gibson Research Corporation web page, scroll down to the "Hot Spots" item and select "ShieldsUP!" to do a port scan. I recommend that you read all of this page... but you can just click on PROCEED if you're already familiar with it. In the "ShieldsUp!! Services" frame, click on All Service Ports and let it do its' thing.
Once finished, scroll down past the results to "Detecting Ports Blocked By Your ISP." Read. Read carefully. (Hell, the whole page... the whole site! ...is worth reading.)
I'm sure you can figure out the rest for yourself.
- Andy Mc (AKA "Ghost who posts." )
31st Oct 2006, 12:21 AM #150
I've got his Spinrite 6 for drive recovery, and get his (very occasional) email updates on the state of the world.
He has some very interesting info on a DOS attack his site was subjected to, and the timeline of it.
I do ShieldsUp checks when I install new systems for friends - my system comes up fully stealth - beauty of hardware firewalls (and Netgear equipment)
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