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why do Kazaa downloads "fail"? how to download Kazaa files to external hard drive? s

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Old March 26th 03, 10:24 PM
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Default why do Kazaa downloads "fail"? how to download Kazaa files to external hard drive? s

You better get use to problems if you use Kazaa , it is loaded with spyware.

"Kevin Franken" wrote in message
I'm new to Kazaa.

Why do Kazaa downloads "fail"? If you have a download that fails and
then you close Kazaa and turn off your PC, turn it back on and open
Kazaa, will the "failed" downloads still be in the Traffic window or
will they be deleted/removed because they previously "failed"? I've
noticed that downloads that are "completed" are in fact removed from
the Traffic window if you close Kazaa, turn off then turn back on your
PC, and reopen Kazaa. If the same ting happens with "failed"
downloads, I don't know what files I've already lost and may lose
again in the future. I never told Kazaa to remove the file or cancel
the download, so I hope that Kazaa keeps the "failed" .dat file for
another/later attempt to successfully download the file rather than
remove/delete it. Anyone know what happens?

Also, I have an external hard drive - Western Digital 120 GB - 7200
RPM USB 2.0 Drive - that I plug into my laptop. I run Kazaa from my
laptop now and it saves to my laptop's C drive. Is there a way I can
run Kazaa and save my Kazaa downloads to my external hard drive? What
cables would I need?

Also, are Kazaa downloads faster if the hard drive you are saving the
downloads to has more space than less space? In other words, would he
download be faster if one had 2 GB of free space versus 1 GB?

Also, are Kazaa downloads slower if your hard drive is very fragmented
- hasn't been defragmented in awhile?

Also, why, if I allow 30 downloads at a time, does it show only 4 in
the window, with those 5 being only about 2Kb/s even though I am on a
university system that normally is very fast - I can usually get up to
50kb/s download and allow 60+Kb/s uploads? And these low in number
and slow downloads happen at a time when no one is uploading any files
from me. I allow 30 downloads, but the Traffic window screen only
shows 4 actively downloading (I see the progress column). Although,
when I look in my Shared folder, it shows many Kazaa download files
were "modified" (had data added to them) at the same time the Traffic
window only showed about 4 being downloaded (and the bottom left
corner says maybe 10 files are being downloaded. But I allow 30!!
Why all these discrepancies?

Also, I use Kazaa now but heard that Kazaa Lite was faster. I have
many partial/incomplete downloads left in my Kazaa Traffic window. If
I switched to Kazaa Lite, would those partial/incomplete downloads
from Kazaa be saved and still continue to run/complete the download on
Kazaa Lite, or would switching delete those files and I'd have to
start downloading the files from scratch?




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