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d/l BitLord, d/l video, how do I open file?


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cwyan

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I don't know anything about BitLord, except that I need it to download a file I want from miniNova.

(1) After installing BitLord, I have downloaded 100% of my desired file. The program still says that a "Torrent Exists!" when I open BitLord. What does this mean?

(2) I can't open my video file -- I don't even know what kind of application I need to open it, or if I have to open it from BitLord. What do I do?

(3) Additionally, some crappy WhenUSave application continues to reinstall itself, even though I've deleted it from my add/delete programs list.

Help!! I can't figure out what horrible application I've put on my computer, or how to use it!
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Do not use that program any more than you have to, it is a malware risk.

The files that you have downloaded should be where you installed BitLord under a folder that is called downloads, they should open with what ever program that is install that handles that type of file.

Hope this helps, and get rid of that program!
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Thanks, Michael.

I finally got my file to open, and I suppose now I ought to remove the program. What about BitTorrent? Is that also a malware risk?

Christina
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Hello,

Everybody has a favorite BT client and I highly recommend the free open source client named Azureus. You can check it out and download it at:
http://azureus.sourceforge.net/

Cheers,
Tom

Thanks, Michael.

I finally got my file to open, and I suppose now I ought to remove the program.  What about BitTorrent?  Is that also a malware risk?

Christina

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