eMule help

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  1. saurabh.sauron

    saurabh.sauron New Member

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    i cannot download anything in eMule. it is always waiting. The download queue is always large. even uploading doesnt help. help.....
     
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    Ensure the file availability of file first if its there go to

    The best thing u can do is start the dload in night and go to sleep when u get up next morning dload may be done
     
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    Discussion of p2p apps. is ok? Anyway saurabh, emule and most of the p2p apps. rely on a very reclusive and tempramental topic called "port forwarding". Being a MTNL ADSL and a D-LINK DSL502T user I had to struggle with getting my port forwarding to work. For more info on this topic, go here: http://www.portforward.com And as I've discovered with my months of p2p experience, eDonkey is a fairly crappy network. It takes hours to connect to users and would take months to download files. IMHO G1, G2, and torrents beat all.
     
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    i tries BitTorrent and BitComet but i found them hard to use. they dont give any speeds. 1 kbps is the maximum speed. does it require some special configuration. help....
     
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    Yup, you've got a port forwarding problem. You should go to www.portforward.com and look for a solution particular to your router. And try using uTorrent [www.utorrent.com], it's simply the best torrent client.
     
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    could u pls tell more abt imho,g1,g2.
     
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    Which ISP do u use?? Some ISPs do block Torrents and P2Ps!!
     
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