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== Unfinished torrents ==
 
== Unfinished torrents ==
  
BitTorrent users sometimes find themselves with unfinished downloads, and would like to complete them with eMule. Although there is no support in the official client for importing partially completed torrents, the third-party program dmTorrent2Part can use the data from .torrent files to generate part.met and .part files. These files can then be imported into eMule.
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BitTorrent users sometimes find themselves with unfinished downloads, and would like to complete them with eMule. Although there is no support in the official client for importing partially completed torrents, the third-party program [http://contentdb.emule-project.net/view.php?pid=459 dmTorrent2Part] can use the data from .torrent files, and the ed2klink you found using eMule seach, to generate part.met and .part files. These files can then be imported into eMule.
  
 
== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Revision as of 12:49, 8 February 2008

Import data downloaded with compatible clients into eMule.

There are 2 kinds of import methods.

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Import standard

eMule v0.30c introduced a convert function to import external partfiles to your eMule downloads. In this way you can resume downloads you started in other eD2k clients such as eDonkey, Shareaza, etc.

Image_Migrate_donkey_to_emule.png

SR-13

Another method to import file data is to add existing data to a currently running download. This method is especially useful in repairing corrupted download data, saving your eMule the time and effort it would take to re-download the data from network sources.

Unfinished torrents

BitTorrent users sometimes find themselves with unfinished downloads, and would like to complete them with eMule. Although there is no support in the official client for importing partially completed torrents, the third-party program dmTorrent2Part can use the data from .torrent files, and the ed2klink you found using eMule seach, to generate part.met and .part files. These files can then be imported into eMule.

See also

Fix corrupted download

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