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c00l @[email protected]!an

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Hi All,

Is it possible somehow to continue downloading of a file from where it was interrupted??
I know how to continue download when there is a free link, But i want to continue download where authentication/download ticket is needed (Ex:Rapidshare, Megaupload etc...).

Is it possible that a program can search how many bytes of the file are already downloaded on my computer and hence continue download after that many number of bytes??

Thanks You...

Edited by c00l @[email protected]!an, 03 September 2006 - 01:48 AM.

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Neil Jones

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Need a download manager, something like FreshDownload, as it allows you to save the download and continue it at a later time. The problem with places like Rapidshare and what not is because the download ticket is often unique to the time you're there and may not be valid at a later time.
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