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Unregistered
2008-03-05, 09:08
I just downloaded True Remembrance and I have a problem. The installer won't run. I tried many times but it won't even take me to the install screen. I downloaded it from the http link. I can't do torrent. I clicked on the setup program many many times but it won't load. I use Windows XP Sp2 with Japanese language on. Any idea why is this happening? Please help and thanks in advance

Unregistered
2008-03-05, 09:09
Also is there any alternative to download all the games on insani website? They're all pretty much on torrent and I can't use it.

jyuichi
2008-03-05, 19:23
www.bitlet.org (http://www.bitlet.org)

According to PC Mag: "Who needs a BitTorrent client? Just find the torrent metafile link on a tracker site, plug it in at BitLet.org, and let it retrieve the file as if you were downloading it from a regular Web site."

I've never used this as I use bittorrent (for legit things only but still use it) but its worth a shot.

If anyone is worried about the torrent being dead like a lot of insani's are, I'm still seeding it.

ChocoEd
2008-03-05, 19:33
If anyone is worried about the torrent being dead like a lot of insani's are, I'm still seeding it.

Sorry about that. We actually have a policy of keeping all of our torrents seeded all the time, but sometimes the seeder processes fail and I don't notice immediately. I've just restarted a bunch of stuff... woops.

Thanks for the assist, jyuichi.

Roto
2008-03-05, 22:39
www.bitlet.org (http://www.bitlet.org)

According to PC Mag: "Who needs a BitTorrent client? Just find the torrent metafile link on a tracker site, plug it in at BitLet.org, and let it retrieve the file as if you were downloading it from a regular Web site."

Best I can tell, bitlet is just a BitTorrent client written as a Java applet. Therefore, it won't help if BitTorrent traffic is filtered at one's firewall. It just lets you download stuff without having a standalone torrent client installed.

jyuichi
2008-03-06, 20:30
Best I can tell, bitlet is just a BitTorrent client written as a Java applet. Therefore, it won't help if BitTorrent traffic is filtered at one's firewall. It just lets you download stuff without having a standalone torrent client installed.

That's all you need to use a library or school computer though, at least around here. Generally only program installation is blocked not specific traffics.