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Old 08-24-2005, 04:30 AM   #1
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P2P slowly dying out

so ares is now the current victim of the war against p2p sharing.

i can connect but i cant download ****.

anyone have any other p2p programs that work? theres alot of new music out there i need.
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Yes Bearshare works great
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ares is workin like a charm for me
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Re: P2P slowly dying out

Check to see if ares has an updated version. It seems like everytime they update, connection gets messed up and flakey. I have ares and have downloaded about 6 gigs of stuff in the last couple days.
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ares works fine for me still
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yeah, me too

every so often, ares decides to throw a fit, but after messing with it, itll be back up and running no problem
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Re: P2P slowly dying out

i havent downloaded any songs in a while though.. im really happy with my music collection and i have all the songs i want lol... and there are very few bands that i like nowadays so i dont have to download anything new.
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I still use limewire..........
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WinMX and mIRC work for me.

My friends uses something I think called exeem and that works nice. he gets full albums very easily.
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morpheus is alright...i use limewire tho
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I miss BitTorrent
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Re: P2P slowly dying out

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i havent downloaded any songs in a while though.. im really happy with my music collection and i have all the songs i want lol... and there are very few bands that i like nowadays so i dont have to download anything new.
same here.
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Re: P2P slowly dying out

just redownloaded ares, nothing

figured it might be a router problem, so i connected my pc just to the sbc modem and still no go.

ares will run, but it wont download any songs. im trying to get the new CKY song but its kicking my ***.

i might have to resort to old days when username182 me mp3 cd's when the term mp3 wasnt a household thing.

and no good new music? CKY, Sevendust, Taproot, Disturbed, Pillar and a bunch of others.
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