I have a question, but I'll explain a bit first. I have dial up(no cable in my area)and have been using K++ for several years but lately my downloading has been mostly games and I simply seem to have run through everything that is available from fastrack. Nothing new is getting shared except for mostly very large fakes.
So, I downloaded Bit Tornado and it's going o.k., I mean it's obviously gonna take quite awhile to download games a couple of gigs large but I plan to leave it running mostly overnight.
But there is one problem. In Klite, if the Dial up connection was dropped, Klite would say "connecting" and any downloads would say "remotely", all normal. Windows is set to automatically redial in three seconds if the line is dropped and it does, and then Klite would reconnect and the accelerator would kick in,look for more sources, find them and continue downloading.
So, in other words my dial up could have gotten disconnected several times overnight but the downloads would eventually restart and as a result I'd still get my game the next day.
Not so with Bit Tornado. If the line is dropped it won't just pick up after windows reconnects the modem. So, is there a client anyone is aware of that will?
If not, is anyone aware of a client on the eDonkey network that will resume downloads upon detecting an internet connection?