Rapidshare free download

June 17th, 2018

1st – Sorry my English
2nd – my problem is…Rapidshare free downloading or something like this, i use a program to download games, apps and other stuffs, named JDownloader. The point is, I can’t download anything via rapidshare because a have a error message saying that are others users downloading that file, and i have to wait 2 minutes, after 2 minutes the same error appeared…so, this can be solved, or there are other programs to “skip” this error?
Thanks to all that want to help. keep it up.

Answer #1
I think the only way to skip that error is to buy a premium account for at least a month. Then you’ll probably extend on your own. Otherwise, you can use premium link generators & download your manually one by one / together if you have enough D/L speed
Answer #2
It’s a good solution, thanks for helping ;D
Answer #3
u can use link generator. u can find many link generators in link heaven section..
Answer #4
The message you are being given is that there are too many free users downloading.
You are asked to wait 2 minutes and try again.
It doesn’t mean that it will surely work in 2 minutes – if there are still too many free users downloading, then again, you will be asked to retry in another 2 minutes.
The 2 minute wait time to try again is to reduce the amount of load on the servers.
Solutions
1. Keep trying every 2 minutes until you manage
2. Use direct premium links where possible
3. Buy a rapidshare premium account.
Good luck
Answer #5
If you only need a file or 2 to complete your download, you could always ask for someone with a premium account to DL it for you and upload it to another hosting. It’s best to just get a account, it’s worth it these days.

Sound Issues?

June 15th, 2018

Hey fellows. I download movies to watch on my 60″ plasma. I don’t watch movies on my computer or any console. I have a 5.1 surround sound with some JBL speakers powered by a Denon 1310 receiver. Loudness is not a problem. When watching most movies I download it seems that the dialogue (center channel) is most of the time hard to understand and not clear. I bought a new JBL center channel speaker for this reason but didn’t seemed to help. Any one else experience these problems with downloads on surround systems? Thanks!
Answer #1
this be more for helpdesk than forum comments cause its has nothing to do with the site how it works
Please refrain from mini-modding -
#1.2 We'd like to encourage and thank members to use the report button but not add their own criticism.

Answer #2
Moved from Forum Comments to Helpdesk.
Answer #3
Do you play your movies directly (TV with a USB port and video decoding support) or by using a 3rd party Media Player?
Checked the configuration on your Denon? There might be some settings that affects it!

Stereo mix & MSN

June 14th, 2018

I want to know if there is a way of using programs like “Fake Webcam” for example and transmiting sound in a chat with programs like MSN Messenger. I have been trying all day, I have made the stereo mix my default for recording but when I go to the options in MSN, It doesn’t recognize any inputs for the microphone. I just want to transmit live sounds from my Windows Vista into MSN.
Any ideas?
Or any programs that would allow me for the person im chatting with to hear the sounds from my computer?

Answer #1
I heard it was disabled for copyright reasons or something. Why not just get a small patch cable and plug one end into the sound output (maybe line out, I’m not sure), and the other into the mic input?
Answer #2
Try Total Recorder. It installs a sound driver similar to Stereo Mix that you can probably select in Messenger. Used it a while ago don’t remember.
Answer #3
Use ManyCam for the virtual webcam, you can play video files or show your desktop etc…
Just switch your recording input to stereo mix (in sound control), then play music or whatever and it should work. It’s essentially “what you hear”.
Answer #4
Thank you very much guys!
I went with ” idea of plugin the sound to microphone and its working perfectly!
Thank you again!
Answer #5
thenks

Thinking bout switching from AT&T to sprint.

June 13th, 2018

Do you think its a good idea to switch from at&t to sprint? It said on the coverage map that I will get 3 bars in where I live and I know that its not going to be consistent but 3 bars seems okay to me. Right now I am paying $180 a month for 4 phones on my lines, 3 smartphone and 1 regular phone with 10GB of data. I see that sprint is only $100 for 4 lines and 10gb or for 40gb of high speed data only $120 so not bad. Now my question is since one of the person on my line has bought a off contract motorolla moto g 2nd generaton can that person use that phone on sprint?
Answer #1
If it’s off contract he can uses it wherever he wants.
From what you are saying, there is no motive to keep the current one. The certain choice is to go with Sprint. 120$ for 30gb more seems to be a good offer.
It all depends on what your usage is. If you use the phones to watch a lot of videos, movies, etc. etc. then you will be better off with the 120$ plan…
Check this site also:
http://www.whistleout.com/CellPhones/Search?lines=_0_300_500_10000_0_0_,_0_300_500_500_0_0_,_0_300_500_500_0_0_,_0_300_500_500_0_0_
Answer #2
If it's off contract he can uses it wherever he wants.
From what you are saying, there is no motive to keep the current one. The certain choice is to go with Sprint. 120$ for 30gb more seems to be a good offer.
It all depends on what your usage is. If you use the phones to watch a lot of videos, movies, etc. etc. then you will be better off with the 120$ plan...
Check this site also:
http://www.whistleout.com/CellPhones/Search?lines=_0_300_500_10000_0_0_,_0_300_500_500_0_0_,_0_300_500_500_0_0_,_0_300_500_500_0_0_
The thing is AT&T is GSM and sprint is CDMA so I am not sure if the moto g will work.
Answer #3
Which moto g? 1, 2 or 3?
Answer #4
Do you think its a good idea to switch from at&t to sprint? It said on the coverage map that I will get 3 bars in where I live and I know that its not going to be consistent but 3 bars seems okay to me. Right now I am paying $180 a month for 4 phones on my lines, 3 smartphone and 1 regular phone with 10GB of data. I see that sprint is only $100 for 4 lines and 10gb or for 40gb of high speed data only $120 so not bad. Now my question is since one of the person on my line has bought a off contract motorolla moto g 2nd generaton can that person use that phone on sprint?
I hate AT&T and getting screwed every month. I just called about switching yesterday.
Since I am under contract through Oct 2016, it would cost each of my 3 phones $235 per phone
to cancel and switch.
If you are under contract, beware of cancel fees from AT&T
Watch your “high Speed data”, if might be your first 1GB
If you moto is not in contract with att, yes, switch and no cancel fees

Need help:Configuring QoS on a Zyxel Rouoter

June 13th, 2018

Hi, I have WiFi at home and there are couple devices connected to it. I’m a gamer and the other guys just love to spam media streaming. I was told that i can setup the QOS on my router to prioritize my bandwidth need. I opened my router setting for QOS and i was presented with this. Unfortunately, the guy who told me about this didn’t know to configure it either.
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These are the drop-down options;
RULE
~ For “Applications”: IGMP, SIP, H.323, MGCP, SNMP, DNS, DHCP, RIP, RSTP, RTCP, RTP
~ For “Protocol ID” TCP/UDP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, IGMP
(if i choose IPP/TOS)
~ For “IP Precedence Range”: #s 0-7
~ For “Type of Service”: Normal Service, Minimize Delay, Maximize throughput, Maximize reliability, Minimize monetary cost
~ For “802.1p”: #s 0-7
ACTION
~ For “IP Precedence Remarking”: #s 0-7
~ For “Type of Service Remarking”: Normal Service, Minimize Delay, Maximize throughput, Maximize reliability, Minimize monetary cost
~ For “802.1p Remarking” 1st box: #s 0-7
~ For “802.1p Remarking” 2nd box: Key Net Traffic(RIP, OSPF), Voice, Video, IGMP, Key Data
~ For “Queue #”: Low, Medium, High, Highest.
Now, there’s also an “add” and “delete” buttons on the bottom of that screen which i believe indicates that there should be rules for different IP/device.
I hope you guys can tell me how to configure this stuff. Thanks in advance!

Answer #1
You didn’t mention the model number but see if this helps:
Traffic Shaping / Prioritisation on Zyxel Routers
http://www.the-scream.co.uk/forums/t21698.html
Answer #2
Thanks for the reply.
Here’s the model number: ZyXEL P-660HN-T1A
I checked the link you provided. Got couple of useful insights, the only thing is that its really outdated and it didn’t mention any gaming set-up tips or anything like that.
What I’m trying to do here is to shape my bandwidth to prioritize online gaming and allow streaming media and other stuff to come after all the gaming needs.
Answer #3
Thanks for the reply.
Here's the model number: ZyXEL P-660HN-T1A
I checked the link you provided. Got couple of useful insights, the only thing is that its really outdated and it didn't mention any gaming set-up tips or anything like that.
What I'm trying to do here is to shape my bandwidth to prioritize online gaming and allow streaming media and other stuff to come after all the gaming needs.

You’ll have to do something like this:
– Determine which ports the game uses.
For eg, i found this bit of info for COD Black Ops 2:
This game uses ports 36081, 3074, 3075, 3478 UDP (User Datagram Protocol) and ports 80, 81,443, 3074, 5223 TCP (Transmission Control Protocol.)
Source:http://www.examiner.com/article/treyarch-gives-black-ops-2-tips-for-minimizing-lag-within-multiplayer
– Next, you can create a rule to match your computer’s MAC address along with those ports and set the Type of service remarking to Minimize delay. You’ll get a better explanation of the interface from the user guide here:
http://www.zyxel.com/support/download_library/product/p_660hn_t1a_12.shtml
You might have to tinker with the different options a bit if what i mentioned above doesn’t work but that should essentially outline what you need to do
Answer #4
Here’s a good site where you might find your answer; and try searching around google, I’m sure you’ll find something. http://portforward.com/
Answer #5
Actully by the looks of things he can sinply use the interface he uses or the mac address of his client to prioritize traffic.
Create a rule with “activated” checked and whatever information identifys your main client ie port,source mac address, ip address etc.
For the action use dscp & value 5.
Simple
Answer #6
Thanks for the replies. Got couple questions though. I am a real noob when it comes to these stuff.
1. How do i identify w/c port my game uses? and where do i put it?
2. Where do i put my MAC/IP, on source or destination? and who’s mac/ip should i put on the other?
3. Should i make another rule for the other devices for the main rule to be effective?
I downloaded the user manual of the router and read it. It very broad though. Cant get anything out of it that’ll help me set the QoS up to my specific need.
Answer #7
1 Dont worry about the ports because that will change from game to game
2 do a source mac address ie what you see in ipconfig
3 No just one rule prioritising all traffic from your main client will do.
Answer #8
Thanks!
I think ill just put my mac/IP on the source slots and leave destination blank. I’ve couple more question please, if you dont mind.
Im just lost with these options:
Applications: IGMP, SIP, H.323, MGCP, SNMP, DNS, DHCP, RIP, RSTP, RTCP, RTP Protocol ID: TCP/UDP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, IGMP
802.1p Remarking: Key Net Traffic(RIP, OSPF), Voice, Video, IGMP, Key Data What do i choose for online gaming purposes?
Answer #9
Thanks!
I think ill just put my mac/IP on the source slots and leave destination blank. I've couple more question please, if you dont mind.
Im just lost with these options:
Applications: IGMP, SIP, H.323, MGCP, SNMP, DNS, DHCP, RIP, RSTP, RTCP, RTP Protocol ID: TCP/UDP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, IGMP
802.1p Remarking: Key Net Traffic(RIP, OSPF), Voice, Video, IGMP, Key Data What do i choose for online gaming purposes?

Here’s what i think should be the values:
Applications: Don’t think any of those would fit here
Protocol ID: TCP/UDP
802.1p Remarking: Don’t think anything would fit here

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