Back in January, I downloaded the SSE v1.6 from Mega.Nz using the JDownloader method. It is the same way I downloaded my .mkv of Despecialized Star Wars. However, something got messed up with the download for SSE and instead of JDownloader reassembling all of the .rar files I have an .iso file as well as 300+ .rar files in the folder that I designated the downloads to go to. In January, I tried every solution and nothing seemed to get me to be able to watch the SSE and I eventually gave up out of frustration. Now, with the new movie out, I’d like for the folder on my External Harddrive labeled “Stolen Datatapes” to become fully operational. Does anybody have any idea on what I should do with all of the files to get them to work? I’ve tried a lot, but I admittedly can’t remember what all I did try. I have no idea where to start now though.
any reason why you can’t just go to the torrents and re-download it?
There’s always usenet. Here’s some info to start you off:
I signed up for a one week unlimited free trial (that doesn’t even require you give your credit card information) from http://www.pureusenet.nl/en, and I downloaded the free usenet client SABnzbd. With that, I was able to download this whole thing in about an hour with an average speed of around 10 Mbps without paying a cent.
- Make sure you register with a usenet provider. If you don’t want to pay get a free trial from a service like the one I mentioned.
- Follow the instructions at the following link to set up SANnzbd and link it to your server:
- Go to a site called binsearch and search for “SSE.”
- Check the box next to what is currently the second link listed (should be about 36GB and say 1.6) and select “create NZB.”
- Open the NZB file you just created with SABnzbd.
- Wait for it to finish downloading, verifying, and unpacking.
- And you’re done.
Speaking from myself, a guy that didn’t know anything about usenet two years ago, this worked out well for me. Just do the work in the research.
instead of JDownloader reassembling all of the .rar files I have an .iso file as well as 300+ .rar files in the folder that I designated the downloads to go to.
This sounds like exactly what you should have ended up with (the RARs should have contained the ISO file, so the ISO file is what JDownloader extracted from the RARs when the last one finished downloading), so I don’t know what the problem is. Did you have problems burning/mounting the ISO? Or were you expecting an MKV or similar video file and just assumed an ISO disc image file wasn’t right?
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