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    I'm downloading a video file and on the transfers screen it says I have 175M downloaded, but in the Overnet temp folder it says I have 506Mb. Is this usual for so much space to be used or is something wrong. Thanks.

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    Old Fella
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    506Mb should be the total size of the file you are downloaind. It's basically reserving space you don't run out of hard drive space while downloading.

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    yep...if you dont want the file to reserve file and you have the drive as ntfs where you are downloading too, you can edit the indexing of the folder to to reserve space for how much you have downloaded so far...you get me??

  4. File Sharing   -   #4
    Originally posted by chinook_apache@20 February 2004 - 15:10
    you can edit the indexing of the folder to to reserve space for how much you have downloaded so far...you get me??
    How do I do that?

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    why would you want to do that?? no matter what, overnet temp file will reflect the size of the accual file

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