Jul 1 2003, 21:22
About 80% of all chunks I download are corrupt. I though it was a hardware problem on my end, but I've run diagnostics on just about everything, and I'm not getting any hardware errors anywhere (NIC's, CPU, MEM, HD).
Is it common to get such a high amount of corruption on the ed2k network?
Is there a way I can see the IP's of clients that have provided corrupt chuncks (after they're done sending them)? (Possibly add them to ipfilter)
I'm using eMp-1f, the CVS ipfilter 1.39, Norton Internet Security, and I'm on DSL 768/128.
Jul 2 2003, 03:22
Have you tried disabling CVS ipfilter 1.39, Norton Internet Security?
Jul 31 2003, 06:35
The fake copy of 'Anger Managment' (aka 3 min of Mr. Deeds) had 2 blocks missing and one that was corrupted at the source not to match the hash. This resulted in a download that would persistently download the same block for ever. This resulted in a 97% finished status and an insane amount for corrupted.
If its only one file id say its the file, if its every file and the % of corruption is over 20% then its your pc.