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Failed Uploads (Past, Present, and future)

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tru
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Re: Failed Uploads (Past, Present, and future)

Post by tru »

This site offers 50 free gigs of storage http://www.adrive.com/ may be useful to someone.
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UNleash
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Re: Failed Uploads (Past, Present, and future)

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Or you guys just use zippyshare.com/zshare.com/rapidshare.com/uploaded.to etc etc. (for files)
For pictures I recommend you to use image.snelhost.org ..
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Digi
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Re: Failed Uploads (Past, Present, and future)

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i have deleted all my attachments and will just be using photobucket for uploads... we need this forum to stay alive and iam willing to help in any way
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Yelleke
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Re: Failed Uploads (Past, Present, and future)

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All my images are hosted on space I own myself and I have only two files attached.
If this is to much used space, email me and I'll remove them too.

RainGlass.zip (1.35 MiB)
Topic: RainGlass

Animated-WiFi.zip (2.19 KiB)
Topic: How to display animation in Rainmeter

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Samus Aran
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Re: Failed Uploads (Past, Present, and future)

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How big is the forum by now?
I have at least 3 GB to share, if that helps...

And please, DO NOT encourage use of Rapidshare...
They only allow premium members to download stuff >.>
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Re: Failed Uploads (Past, Present, and future)

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Rapidshare allows anyone to download, but if you are not a premium (read: paying) member, then there are a limited number of slots, as well as an irritating wait time that increases depending on how large recently downloaded files were. Mediafire has none of these drawbacks and is completely free. There are paid options, but there's nothing a free user really misses out unless they plan to share an incredible amount of data, or are doing so in a professional manner.
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Samus Aran
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Re: Failed Uploads (Past, Present, and future)

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Well, I can't download anything from RS. ;)
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Re: Failed Uploads (Past, Present, and future)

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http://www.multiupload.com/ is a good choice for a variety of downloading website ^^
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Re: Failed Uploads (Past, Present, and future)

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I suggest a donation action to buy a new harddrive. Harddrives are cheap these days! You can get 1.5Tb with just 100 bucks, should be able to get that together no?
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Re: Failed Uploads (Past, Present, and future)

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boebi wrote:I suggest a donation action to buy a new harddrive. Harddrives are cheap these days! You can get 1.5Tb with just 100 bucks, should be able to get that together no?
If you want, you can make a donation ;)
Seriously, this project is voluntary and it costs loads of freetime.
That should explain my attitude towards your comment good enough ;)
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