mike20021969

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  1. Although the file size is the same, the hash is different. Something has changed, but I haven't got a clue what. Any hints? If code has changed, I'm curious as to how the digital signature remained intact.
  2. No. Why? Anyway, some may find a is magnet more convenient/quicker than going to external site to click a download link.
  3. 3.5.5.45311 stable: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:9B824B14C52327677A94A07A6C7A71884EF41616 Binary size: 1.98 MB (2,084,336 bytes) / MD5: 0A73AFD555D76DAF5BA20418186A1176 No changelog at time of posting.
  4. It's not what you just said... Anyway, good luck,
  5. What you ask can not be done. You can't fool µ Torrent (or other torrent client for that matter) into thinking a torrent is 100% complete when it is not.
  6. Wait up... It's a widely shared torrent yet no one has all the data except you? It can't be that widely shared then. And it appears you possibly have "corrupted" data also. Regardless, even if a single files hash has changed it will/can affect the data of adjacent pieces. You cannot recreate missing or corrupted data by editing the torrent as everyone has to have the exact same data for it to be shared correctly. If the torrent is <2GB in size, pm me a magnet link for it.
  7. In that case, choose Create New Torrent in µTorrent (then share the *.torrent). This is the easiest solution. You seem to have everything needed to create a 100% torrent. We've established that µTorrent can't verify the original .torrent 100% against the files/folders you have. It seems that somewhere along the way, some of the files' hashes have altered for some reason hence them being skipped during a check. So again, the easiest option is to create a new torrent and share that instead.
  8. You can't force µTorrent to mark them complete. What I would try is re-downloading the problem files. Add them to the existing downloaded torrent folder (overwriting if necessary). Then re-add that .torrent file to µTorrent again and let it do it check to see if all files are now 100%. To save any nonsense though, I'd probably just download the whole torrent from scratch.
  9. Good look with that request. "No changelog" has been a regular guest since at least June 2012 making 114 appearances. If you're not used to it now, you never will be.
  10. Why? Simply add the original .torrent file to µTorrent and set the download location folder to where the content resides on your computer. Maybe I'm wrong here, but I'm guessing that you don't have the original .torrent file? If you're trying to "put together" what would appear to be the complete torrent (using previous and newly downloaded files), then it's highly likely that file hashes won't be identical (even though name and file size are the same). This would explain why µTorrent doesn't see them.
  11. I believe µTorrent usually creates a dump file after a crash. If it did, upload it for the developers to look at.
  12. How did you do it when you ran µTorrent 2.2.1? It's most likely a similar if not the same way.
  13. 3.5.5.45309 available: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:79D9EA7D2273C63A28A456C8816A44C06BC9334F Binary size: 1.92 MB (2,021,104 bytes) / MD5: 4AE1EDE33219B888009D5553BC8CADAA Changelog: July 17, 2019 Introduce TronTv content to users
  14. No worries. Have a good day.
  15. Bear with it. A while back I had to wait months for one torrent to complete. Someone else with the torrent might only be seeding during their daylight hours. So if you're not already doing so, try leaving your PC on during night time. I've had a few complete only when doing that (nothing during my daytime, but springs into life at night).