Thorz Posted March 3, 2006 Report Share Posted March 3, 2006 I started a download from a public site (Torrentspy), it is an image of a DVD, the total torrent size is 2.86GB. I usually don't download the samples or sample directories of videos, I unselect them from the download window and the files show as "skip" in the files window of course. This has worked without any trouble in the past, must of the time downloading TV episodes that are usually 350MB, but with this DVD torrent something strange has happened. ÂµT said that the download was completed but several of my files were still using the !ut extension.I ran several times the "Force re-check" command and always came without errors. I assumed that there was a fail in the renaming of the files and renamed them manually deleting the !ut extension but WinRAR showed corruption errors everywhere. I thought that somehow the files got corrupted and deleted the ones that were showing the !ut extension and restarted the torrent, with great surprise that after some hours ÂµT showed the "download is completed" alert but the files were still using the !ut extension.I almost deleted the torrent completely assuming that the uploader had fucked it up but it occurred to me to activate the skipped file, the sample. After some minutes ÂµT reported the successful download and this time everything was ok, there was no corruption in the RARs and I could extract them without any trouble.I think that somehow ÂµT screwed up the buffers of this torrent and was not flushing correctly some parts of these files due to the skipped one. Have you seen something like this before? Is this a bug?Thanks for your opinions. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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