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WinMX Questions

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by AgentV, May 3, 2002.

  1. AgentV

    AgentV Guest

    I've been using WinMX as an alternative to Kazaa which won't connect for me. ALmost everytime I download something on WinMX I get red text reading "Busy (Queable)" or "Timed Out." I know there are a lot of options.

    Can anyone tell me what I should set my options to be to get my downloads optimized?
     
  2. johnbmx

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    only download from people that are green in color and if it says "busy queable" if you right click it and select"enter remote que" sometimes it will go.also set your downloads to 1 at a time.
     
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  3. dreams

    dreams Guest

    I am using Winmx as my main music downloading program, and recently i have endured a problem. I have a intel anypoint home networking system that i have recently install into my computer's and for some reason unknown i am unable to connect and download music. Can someone help me and tell me why?? Please!! Need help now!
     
  4. bevdavies

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    i had trouble with downloading songs, and someone mensioned i download from winmx, i downloaded a song, but i do not know where it went on my computor to put it on c.d., can someone please help
     
  5. SuperKlye

    SuperKlye Guest

    Dreams! Oh my! We have the Intel Anypoint network too! I was having similar problems, but mine was with Audiogalaxy...i dont know what to tell you, I just always assumed it was our firewalls (we have like 3 or 4, dont ask why, it was my dad's doing) that wouldn't allow it to connect. Its a decent network, but has its (more than) fair share of bugs and problems
     
  6. redrum

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    Your networking is probably running a firewall. Look in winmx for the 2 ports you are using then open those ports in your firewall or network administration. You may even have to break down and read the network manual to see how.
     

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