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Download Resumer
Author: Tigerworks Submitted: 24th October, 2002 Favourites:0
Genre: Miscellaneous Downloads: 201

Edited By Tigerworks on 10/24/2002

Finally: A small, free tool to resume broken downloads!

Download Resumer can resume a broken download to save you a lot of time and grief. It can resume a download even after resetting your PC, and can still download a complete file after as many disconnects and resumes your ISP can manage to throw at you.

Please read the readme file, it includes important information (and step-by-step guide to get going). The interface is self explanatory but if you have trouble check the help.

Have fun

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Posted by eX Com 24th October, 2002

sweet... downloading...
Posted by Heriberto Valle Martinez 24th October, 2002

kinda cool, i use Getright though...
Posted by TomH 24th October, 2002

I guese you can put multiple downloads into a que? Still worth getting.
Posted by Jon Chambers 24th October, 2002

If only I had that with my old connection! I don't really need it now.
Posted by Hplkopra 25th October, 2002

Whoa! This is what I need! A download resumer! ;) Well, I don't think I will use it a lot, cuz I'm getting a new connection tomorrow...
Posted by kurtis 25th October, 2002

looks cool-must dowload
Posted by -Deleted Member- 25th October, 2002

This is really good. Tigerworks does it again. ;)
Posted by -Oka- 25th October, 2002

This is GREAT! :) But where's the downloading speed?
Posted by Derek T. Reaves. . . 25th October, 2002

How the heck do you do stuff like this :p?Im not gonna download cuz im getting cable today sorry :(.
Posted by Deathbringer 25th October, 2002

Hm, i'll give it a "field test" in extreme downloading conditions that have driven lesser programs (IE-Getright) insane..FREESERVE XD
Posted by Tigerworks 25th October, 2002

Download speed - ah that's something to add :)
Posted by Pete Nattress 25th October, 2002

was this done with the ftp extension on mmf? i haven't downloaded this thing yet, but it looks pretty cool.
Posted by Tigerworks 25th October, 2002

No, FTP object can only log in to FTP accounts and 99.99% of HTTP servers don't support FTP.
Posted by Eagle32123 25th October, 2002

Hmmm... its about time the Click products were used out side of gaming executables. I may download this, though it is hard to part with Kontiki....
Posted by Roland 27th October, 2002

Posted by Nobuyuki 27th October, 2002

He probably used MooSock. Great accomplishment with the protocol, I must say. Now, you gotta figure out some way to split and manage packets into seperate parts to "accelerate" a download :) I think it could be as simple as dividing the bytes into X number of equal pieces, but who knows. Downloading it now. I hope it has an "auto-resume" option :D
Posted by Tigerworks 27th October, 2002

Autoresume! Dang! Now why didn't I think of that?! Two things to update... I'll update it when I can be bothered/have time. Yes I used MooSock, but I don't think it can manage individual packets.
Posted by Alex Scobell 27th October, 2002

Yes I need something like this. I'll download it.





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