Manchester United - Eleventh Heaven - Season Review 2003-2004

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    Manchester United - Eleventh Heaven - Season Review 2003-2004 :)

    Its torrent file and zip already, unzip and use ur Bittorrent client to download.
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    what exactly is it though? an article, video or something else
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    What are torrents ?

    Let's start with what they are not.
    They are not video,music,text,document,picture files.
    You cannot open them and then expect to
    watch movies or listen to music or read stuff or see pictures etc.
    They are files that you open using a bittorrent (BT) client
    to start downloading the video files


    How does this thread work ?

    Simply download the attached torrent files/links
    using either left or right click.
    Then using the installed BT Client of your choice,
    open them.
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    Introduction to Bittorrent

    Hi,

    let's see to help you understand what Bittorrent is,
    please do the following.

    read the first post of the BT Thread on the overview of what
    torrent files are.

    read the FAQs below to understand more of the bittorrent clients.
    read http://dessent.net/btfaq/#where
    to understand more of how to run a bittorrent client.

    The following 3 steps is a short quick thing to get you started.
    As you progress, you should explore other BT clients as well.

    1. download and install a bittorrent client.
    an example is the original Bittorrent
    left click here to download

    2. download a .torrent file. available on the BT Thread.

    3. double-click the torrent file you have downloaded to open it.
    then it should start downloading the video clip that you want.


    Good Luck and Regards,
    arsena1

    ________________________________________

    Bittorrent (BT) FAQ

    the following is from
    Evil Timmy's Bittorrent FAQ
    http://10mbit.com/faq/bt/#212

    you should go to his page to utilise the
    FAQ to the fullest but in case the site is
    down, here's the simply copied version.

    The Ultimate BitTorrent FAQ
    Last updated 30 Mar 2004
    0.1 Quickstart Guide

    Download BitTorrent

    Install BitTorrent

    Open the location where you saved BitTorrent in Windows Explorer.
    Double-click on the file (it will be named something like BitTornado-0.0.1-w32install.exe).
    Walk through the installation steps.


    Download a Torrent

    You can get a Torrent from SuprNova or BTSites.
    Right-click the link to a .torrent file and select Save Target As...
    and save the file to your hard drive.
    (Don't forget where you saved it.)


    Open your Torrent

    You can usually click Open in your download window
    when the download completes.
    If you can't or you already closed the window,
    open the location you saved the file to in Windows Explorer,
    and open it (double-click) from there.


    Start the download

    When the BitTorrent window first pops up, you need to choose a location to download the file or folder to.
    Make sure you select a drive that has enough space for whatever you're downloading.
    BitTorrent will then allocate space for the downloaded file(s).


    Download the file

    BitTorrent will now connect to the tracker and start downloading your file.
    If you get an error code 10060 or 10061, be patient, your download should pick up soon.
    If it doesn't within about 15 minutes, the tracker may be down
    or overloaded, and you should wait for a few hours
    before trying the download again.
    Note that BitTorrent downloads in a random order,
    so even though the files may look complete, they aren't until
    the Cancel button changes to Finish in the BT window.


    Extract, install, or view the downloaded file(s).

    If you need help with this, there is a section in this FAQ below
    that covers file types you are likely to encounter.
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    1.1 What is BitTorrent?

    BitTorrent is a swarming peer-to-peer filesharing solution,
    originally written in Python (and thus available on nearly
    every OS Python is).
    In more simple terms, BitTorrent allows a single source to
    spread a single file to many users by having each user share
    what they download.
    It can be used to share any type of file of nearly
    any size with a minimum of bandwidth required for
    the original distributor(s).


    1.2 How does BitTorrent work?

    BitTorrent needs a few things to run: a client, a torrent, and a tracker.
    The client opens a .torrent file, chooses a location to save the file,
    and connects to the tracker.
    The tracker keeps track of how much each user is
    downloading and uploading, and what parts they have,
    and gives information to the client about where to get the
    next piece of the file.
    Note that BitTorrent downloads in a mostly random order,
    although it prefers to get pieces that the fewest people have,
    so even if no one person has the whole file,
    every piece will be availble.
    Also, the tracker watches your 'karma'; your download speed
    is tied to your upload speed, so if you aren't uploading much,
    you'll likely have a low download speed also.


    1.3 What is (re) seeding?

    Seeding is sharing a complete file for everyone else to get.
    If nobody seeds a torrent to start, it's dead, and nobody
    can get the complete file.

    When you create a torrent, you should seed it
    (by opening the .torrent file you created and choosing
    the file or directory you used to create the torrent)
    for at least 3 days, and possibly longer if what is
    being shared is very large.

    If you've ever been stuck with a download where
    you're uploading but your download is at 0kb/s,
    you've been on a torrent that had no seeders.

    You hate it when it happens to you, so don't let it happen to other people.

    Reseeding is when enough people request for others to open
    up a .torrent for a file they've already downloaded.
    If enough people reopen their already downloaded files,
    the people who have incomplete downloads can finish
    very quickly and seed for other people.

    You can use TorrentSpy to check the current seeder
    and leecher count.


    1.4 When will [whatever] be out?

    First, check VCDQuality and NFOrce, and check if what
    you're looking for has been released. Then, be patient.
    We don't get releases instantly, and when they start,
    they will be fairly slow, as only a few people have the data
    and lots of people need it.

    Conversely, try to watch these sites for files you're looking
    forward to, and start the download within a day of when
    you first see it torrented. When files are older than a week,
    most people will have already downloaded the files,
    shared them for a while, and closed them.

    After two weeks, files are tougher to get, and you may
    need to try a different source.


    1.5 Why is my download so slow? How can I make it faster?

    There are a number of reasons your download might be slow.
    There may be few or no seeds on the torrent,
    which means the data you need can only be downloaded
    from a few places.

    You can check the number of seeds with TorrentSpyTorrentSpy.
    The tracker may be slow or down if you're getting
    error codes 10060 or 10061.
    Hopefully, the tracker will be restored or someone
    will post the same torrent with a different tracker.

    You may be behind a proxy or firewall.
    Disable them, or forward ports 6881-6889 to your computer
    (check the documentation that came with it on how to do this).
    Also, trackers give priority to people who upload more
    (makes sense, those who upload more are spreading more data
    and making downloads faster for everyone).

    Increase your number of uploads and upload speed, but don't
    set your total upload to more than 90% of your
    maximum upload speed.
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    1.6 How can I make and share torrents of my own?

    I've written a separate guide specifically for this, and you can read it here.

    2.0 Clients

    2.1 Clients for downloading

    2.1.1 Official BitTorrent client

    The offical BitTorrent client is available from this page. While it's stable and easy to use, many of the most-requested features have to be set in command-line options and changing them requires restarting the torrent. For this reason, it's not recommended.

    2.1.2 Shad0w's Experimental Client

    Shad0w's BitTorrent client is the continuation of the now-defunct Experimenal client. It is easy to use, fast, frequently updated, and has lots of useful features. This is the best client for most people.

    2.1.3 Burst

    Burst is available from this page. It varies in quite a few ways from the official client, and is ideal for having multiple torrents open at the same time. It's based on code from a number of different sources, and is updated fairly often. Many of the features are targeted at experienced BitTorrent users, but it's still fairly easy to use.

    2.1.4 Azureus

    Azureus is currently my favorite client, and is a good choice for both new and experienced users. The interface is useful, and everything is explained simply, so it's a good choice for newbies. It also has a huge number of features and configuration options that would be welcomed by more experienced users.

    2.1.5 ABC

    ABC (Yet Another BitTorrent Client) is similar to Burst in that it is based on Shad0w's client and has a separate GUI that works well with multiple torrents. Choose whichever interface you prefer, the performance will be about the same.

    2.1.6 Other Clients

    FileSoup.com has a forum thread listing pretty much every BitTorrent client out there. You can read it here; note that you will need to register a forum account.

    2.2 Informational clients

    2.2.1 TorrentSpy

    TorrentSpy is available from this page. It's very useful for checking the status of a Torrent, especially the number of complete and incomplete users out there. It also gives detailed information about the files you're going to download. A worthwhile download for anyone.

    2.3 Torrent creation software

    2.3.1 Completedir

    Completedir is available from this page. It is the official solution for turning a file or directory into a Torrent file, which you can then share with your friends or upload to a Torrent sharing site. Not as powerful as MakeTorrent, but it's simple and it works.

    2.3.2 MakeTorrent

    MakeTorrent is available from this page. It is similar to completedir, but sports a nicer user interface and has more features, including support for the multi-tracker specification.

    3.0 Torrent sites

    3.1 SuprNova.org

    SuprNova is the best BitTorrent site out there, with nearly 1.5 million page views per day and a popular IRC channel. It also has multiple trackers and forums. Torrents of all types are available from the site. I'm a bit biased, because I am affiliated with them, but it really is the best site out there. You can search SuprNova, and get torrents from a known working mirror, courtesy of SuprNova Search.

    3.2 More sites

    This is a large list of BitTorrent sites, with links to nearly every site out there, and even links to sites with more links to sites. It's a great index of the BitTorrent community.

    4.0 File Types

    4.1 Introduction

    So, you've downloaded a new file, and it's got some extension you've never seen before, and you're lost as to how to install it. The first thing you need to do is to unhide file extensions, so you can tell what the real extension of a file is, instead of Windows giving you a pretty but unhelpful title. The process to do this varies depending on your OS.

    In Windows 95/98/ME:
    - Open Explorer
    - Under View menu, select Options
    - Check "show all files"
    - UNcheck "hide MSDOS file extensions that are registered"
    - Click OK to finish
    In Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003:
    - select Start | Settings | Control Panels | Folder Options
    - select the View tab
    - check "show hidden files and folders"
    - UNcheck "hide file extensions for known file types"
    - Click OK to finish

    4.2 Compression formats

    4.2.1 .rar .r00 .r01 or .001 .002 .003

    These files are WinRAR archives. Download WinRAR (important, v3.30 or later) and open (double-click) either the .rar or the .001 file. It will open, and you will get a list of the files in the archive. Click the Extract button, choose a location (remember it) then click ok. Your files will extract to the chosen directory, and you can exit WinRAR when the extraction dialog box closes.

    4.2.2 .zip or .ace .c00 .c01
    These are archives similar to RAR files, and WinRAR can open them, too. Follow the link and instructions as above.

    4.3 CD image formats
    CD images come in a variety of formats, with .bin/.cue and .iso being the most common. Every format commonly available can be opened with Alcohol 120%, which has excellent built-in help, and allows you to mount or burn any image, and is what I strongly recommend you use.

    4.3.1 .bin .cue .sub* (*optional)
    These files actually work together, with the .bin file being the raw data and the .cue file being a description of what tracks are in the data. When used with CD burning software, always select the .cue file.

    4.3.2 .iso
    This is a single file that supports only a single track. Often used for Linux/Unix distros, as it's an open and standard format.

    4.3.3 .ccd
    Usually found along with a bin/cue/sub combo, these files contain extra information for a CD image created by CloneCD, usually about what copy protection the disc uses. Mostly used for games.

    4.3.4 .bwa .bws .bwt .bwi
    Another CD image format often used for copying games that use a copy protection scheme, these files are created by BlindWrite.

    4.3.5 .mds .mdf .mda
    These are Alcohol 120%'s proprietary image format, which is generally considered the best around for copying protected CDs.

    4.3.6 .nrg
    NRG is the proprietary image format used by Nero Burning ROM. Only usable by Nero and Alcohol 120%, and not very commonly seen.

    4.4 Making your CD images usable

    4.4.1 Burning
    I strongly recommend you use Alcohol 120% for burning any and all CD images. It has an excellent, easy-to-use interface and supports every common CD image format in use. To burn an image, start up Alcohol 120%, right-click in the right-hand pane, and choose Add Image. Browse to the directory your file is in and double-click on the proper file, and it will be added to the list. Left-click on the file in the list once, then click Image Burning Wizard. If you need help with any of the options here, Alcohol 120% has an excellent built-in help file which will explain everything you need to know. After clicking through the dialog boxes, your CD will be burned.

    4.4.2 Mounting
    Mounting is an excellent way to use a CD image, as it doesn't require a blank CD or even a CD burner, and is much faster than reading from a burned disc. In Alcohol 120%, follow the proceedure above to add an image. Instead of clicking on Image Burning Wizard, drag the image file onto the drive(s) under Virtual CD/DVD-ROM in the bottom of the Alcohol 120% window, or right-click, select Mount on Device, and choose a drive. If you're having problems with a burned CD image, try mounting it and doing what you were having trouble with before. If it works, you know it's a problem with either your disc or your burner; if it doesn't, it's a problem with the image itself (or the data on it). You can see my visual disc mounting tutorial here.
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    5.0 Help!

    5.1 Games

    5.1.1 I've installed the game, but when I try to play it, it asks for a CD!
    Look on the CD for a directory called Crack, or the name of the release group (for example, Deviance). There may also be a separate file that contains the crack; check the download directory. If it's there, there should be a .exe file that matches the game's .exe file. Go to the game's installed directory (probably c:\Program Files\Company Name\Game) and rename the old file, then copy the new .exe from the CD to that directory. Now, start the game! If there isn't a crack included, check GameCopyWorld for a crack for your game. Back up the file just like you would have done above, and extract the new .exe file to the game's directory.

    5.1.2 I'm trying to play a game but it wants a serial or CD key.
    The first thing to do is check the original set of files you downloaded or the Crack directory on the CD for a .nfo file. Open this with DAMN NFO Viewer and look for a serial/key, or information about installation. If you can't find it here, type "name of game" serial into Google. DO NOT ask for a working CD key for a multiplayer game. The only way to get one is to legally purchase the game from a store.

    5.1.3 I'm trying to play the game but the audio or video are messed up, or it won't start, or crashes regularly.
    The first thing to do is update your video and sound drivers and DirectX. Click Start > Run and type dxdiag, and get the manufacturer information from there. Then, type that information into Google and click on their website, and follow the included instructions to update your drivers. If that doesn't work, check the game's official website for any patches or workarounds for your problem.

    5.2 Movies

    5.2.1 My video or audio aren't playing properly.
    Download GSpot and either open the video file you're trying to play with the built-in Open dialog or drag the movie file onto the GSpot window. As long as the video and audio show up okay, you should be able to play the video, but you should try another player like BSPlayer or VideoLAN if Windows Media Player isn't working. If the video or audio boxes give a 'codec not installed' error, type the name of that codec into Google and you should get a download along with installation instructions. Download the file and follow the instructions.

    5.2.2 I downloaded a movie but it's in a bunch of partxx.rar or .rar .r01 .r02 .rxx files
    Follow the instructions in section 4.2.1 for extracting compressed RAR files.

    5.2.3 I downloaded a movie but it's in a few .bin and .cue files
    Follow the instructions in section 4.3 and 4.4 for dealing with bin/cue files. After it's mounted or burned, use DVD player software like WinDVD or PowerDVD to watch the movies (use the program's help files if you need detailed instructions).

    5.3 Other

    5.3.1 My question isn't answered here, what can I do?
    First, Google it. Chances are someone on the internet has answered your question already. Also, look at Brian's FAQ and Guide, as it goes in-depth into subjects I don't cover for sake of simplicity. If you find an answer to a question that you had and it's not covered on this FAQ, please let me know so I can add it to the FAQ.

    You can contact me via email ( eviltimmy [at] fastmail [dot] fm ) or on SuprNova's IRC channel ( irc.irchat.tv #suprnova.org ; my nick is Evil_Timmy). If Google didn't answer your question, go to the IRC channel I just gave and ask for help, but only after you've looked over this guide twice and Googled your question three times. When you ask for help, be very clear about what problems you've been having, and be ready to give any error messages exactly as you see them. And be patient; we want to help, but we have a lot of people who are asking for help. Do not type in ALLCAPS, and do not repeat the same request a lot of times. You'll be taken care of eventually.
    This document is XHTML/1.0 and CSS/2.0 compliant.
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    Thanks for the history of Bitorrent.


    Now can someone paste the article here? ;)
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    Richter Hairy big footed Swede

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    Its the 2003/2004 season dvd, thx mate have been looking for it. It's 1400mb.
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    Can't be arsed with all that, I watched every kick of last season already, reckon I will pass.
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    Just buy it you cheap cnuts. Fiver in the bargain bins by next month.
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    Richter Hairy big footed Swede

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    Buying stuff is overrated ;)
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    Shane B Not Fat, Old, Racist or Scouse

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    I found that out, when I tried to buy a beer in your country on a Sunday!!!
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    thanx Guys! Does anyone has any other video,or dvd of United thru BT ??? i searched nearly everywhere but hardly find anyone,so thanx alot for this
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    True, still can't bring myself to watch that Porto game, Boro are also a miss. Feckin 2-3 at home, letting the smallest player in the league score 2 fecking headers, to then have Forlorn smack against the bar with a header about a yard from goal. :o Also worth missing out Citeh.
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    Not what you asked for but...
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    hooray! Another stroke of good luck
    suprnova's only got 11th Heaven, though, they do hasve every match from Euro 2004 if that interests you..
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    thats what I was wanting to know
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    been on holiday Shane? hope you kept some stella money back :)
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    hey thanx a lot very Ruud,you must be a master of Bittorrent ey ?
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    He cut and pasted it. Thanks anyway :)
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    nah.. u think so?
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    who cares ?? he did it so thanx!
    I'm watching Last season review,it's make me feel heaps better,so i reckon anyone who is having a hard time with our new coming season should see it,it reminds you a lot of beautiful moment in our football last year
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    yeah i downloaded this a few days ago. man, Diego Forlan had an incredible run of games when he got a good run of games.

    And then he realized he was Diego Forlan.
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    So far Phil has the tray of Stella, but there is no saying the tray wont be passed back!
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    i got it downloaded....but no sound...why is there no sound??
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    Cheers...downloading now...

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