Man, that was a confusing process, but I got everything downloaded thanks to the amazing instructions in this article. Unfortunately I’m having the exact same message and issue as Sigmoid’s PAR2 issue. Am I missing a whole bunch more PAR2 files? I forced each one (I think there were 7 or 8) to download and attempt a repair. If I look on the Binsearch page where I combined everything into a single NZB, it looks like there are a lot more PAR2 files there than were included in my NZB but I’m not sure. Feel free to PM me if you need to.
I forgot there were problems with that particular upload (4K77 1080p No DNR v1.4). In case anyone else has difficulties, I shall reply here rather than by PM.
Sigmoid discovered that the upload wasn’t split into RARs. Instead, the mkv file had just been chopped up into uncompressed bits. He managed to salvage it on his Mac by using the CAT command. If you have a PC, I believe you can achieve this with the COPY command to concatenate it all back together. Something like this may work, but I haven’t tested it:
- Press the Windows key, type CMD and press Return. This will open a DOS command window.
- Navigate to the 4K77 download directory using the CD command. If you are using NZBGet, it will probably be somewhere in C:\ProgramData\NZBGet\intermediate or C:\ProgramData\NZBGet\complete
- Type the following and press Return:
copy /b 05-Star.Wars.4K77.1080p.No-DNR.35mm.x264-v1.4.mkv.??? 4K77.mkv
- Rename the 4K77.mkv output file to whatever you want.