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    My hard dive is almost full. Only have about 2% of free space left and i don't want to deleted any files, so is there somewhere where I can upload them and download them back whenever I need it again? Most files are movies and music video.

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    If there was one it wouldn't be pratical. Uploading would take far to long and most free online storage companies delete files after 7 days or so many downloads. Just buy some DVD-r's and burn the files.


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    ur nuts. uploading full movies to public servers? u'll get smacked by all those evil agencies. buy another hdd or burn them to discs

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    I don't got a dvd burner. Just a cd writter and a CD can only hold 700MB which is not even enought to hold one movie.

    I got fast upload speed tho...
    Last edited by Skydragon; 09-28-2005 at 09:10 PM.

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    Fast as in a 10MB (1.2mb/s) upload connection? Cause anything less would take about a day to upload each 1GB movie. While that might be fun for you to sit arround and watch it you could get a job, buy a DVD Burner and some discs and burn the movies in the same ammount of time.


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    buy an external hdd. or better yet, do wat i do, and buy a nice 200gb hdd for $40 and get a enclosure for $30

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    atgig.com = 1gb , 15mbs per upload'

    gmail, using gmail drive, 2.5gbs storage, 10mbs per upload

    fst threads, 250kbs, 250kbs per upload

    but try filefront it seems to have what you want
    Last edited by 15%; 09-28-2005 at 10:47 PM.

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    Use WinRAR to split the movies then burn them onto CDs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100%
    atgig.com = 1gb , 15mbs per upload'

    gmail, using gmail drive, 2.5gbs storage, 10mbs per upload

    fst threads, 250kbs, 250kbs per upload

    but try filefront it seems to have what you want

    filefront also prohibits any unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material. so that's a no no

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    Buy a DVD burner. It's the best solution and they are inexpensive these days.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16827152046

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