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    Ok i followed the guide and take this server "news1.news.adelphia.net" from "http://www.usenettools.net/ISP.htm" there was written : on more info :"Note: need to use your email address and password for access"
    where i should type my email address and password ??
    And now i dunno made 3 searcher or so and grabit says now :
    "You have reached the maximum amount of free GrabIt Search actions for today with this Internet connection.
    Please visit http://www.shemes.com/ to register for unlimited searches for only 6 cents a day.

    Is there a crack or whatever dunno for grabit???

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    use binsearch.net and create NZB's... it works the same as the Grabit Search.


    You cannot 'crack' Grabit

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    how i get more searches?????? tomorrow same time i have more search??? and why i should create NZB's `?
    I Am Against Account/Invite Trading,and invites it should be by the way it is meant to be - the free way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nah
    how i get more searches?????? tomorrow same time i have more search??? and why i should create NZB's `?
    like I said:
    you cannot do more searches in Grabit as long as you dont pay for it...


    read the guides if you don't know what NZB's are..



    I see your using a free server. You cannot get many completes if you use that server.
    Last edited by {I}{K}{E}; 09-18-2005 at 10:21 AM.

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    ok i created a bzn file now how i open or add it into GRABIT?

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    Just double click it or right clcik and go to open program with...
    Last edited by RealitY; 09-18-2005 at 04:04 PM.

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    I have tryed multiple servers and found "authendical failed" or unable to connect??? dunno why .. my port 119 is open and tell me some FREE newsgroup servers ...

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    The fact is free servers are generally useless. You can try you ISP server if they have one and see how that is first. If you dont have high demands you can also try YottaNews if you want. If you really want to get the benifits of it all I suggest you get a payserver like NewsHosting though. Our affiliate link for the site here is...
    http://www.newshosting.com/?a=51500

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    its possible logg in with the same username what someone has???? to newshosting
    I Am Against Account/Invite Trading,and invites it should be by the way it is meant to be - the free way.

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    Dry

    To escape the limits imposed upon non-paying Grabit Search users, get a new IP address.

    Some ISPs give static (non-changing) IP addresses--but most make you pay for that "feature".

    First, visit this website http://www.whatismyip.com/ and record your current IP address.

    Next, turn your cable/DSL modem off, wait 10 seconds, turn it back on. You may also have to cycle the power to your router.

    Once your Internet connection is re-established, visit http://www.whatismyip.com/ to see if you have a new IP address.

    Best practice, do your Grabit searches and add items to a PAUSED batch. Once you're done searching, resume the batch. Do this to avoid the headache of Grabit not downloading all the files while you're cycling the power to your networking devices.

    I also wrote about this on my blog http://pershot.com/blog/?postid=80

    Best of luck.

    Brian Stanfill
    Palmer, Alaska

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