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Offline Calahan

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Re: [Wii Scene releases]Looking for passwords from usenet4all
« Reply #15 on: December 11, 2017 - 13:23:09 »
Hello Palinkat,

when I saved the nzb files, I saw that some indexers had many missing blocks in some files while other gave better results.
If your download has not enough par blocks you can look which files are corrupted most and try another indexer for better results.
You can look through nzbindex.nl, binsearch.info, newzleech.com or nzbking.com for example, for better results.

If you search for "e4a78f0a63d259a7d79cd16c" for example, this is what I got with the indexers:
nzbindex: not found - posting is too old. Seems nzbindex only covers about 700 days. :(
binsearch: parts available: 305525 / 305784 - So binsearch missed 259 blocks.
newzleech: 100% - no missing blocks
nzbking: not found - sometimes nzbking is a real help, sometimes not...

So if you use the nzb from newzleech, you could download those files, which are corrupted most, again and can use your par blocks for other files.

Hope this helps :)

All the best,
Calahan



Offline Palinkat

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Re: [Wii Scene releases]Looking for passwords from usenet4all
« Reply #16 on: December 11, 2017 - 16:36:40 »
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Hello Palinkat,

when I saved the nzb files, I saw that some indexers had many missing blocks in some files while other gave better results.
If your download has not enough par blocks you can look which files are corrupted most and try another indexer for better results.
You can look through nzbindex.nl, binsearch.info, newzleech.com or nzbking.com for example, for better results.

If you search for "e4a78f0a63d259a7d79cd16c" for example, this is what I got with the indexers:
nzbindex: not found - posting is too old. Seems nzbindex only covers about 700 days. :(
binsearch: parts available: 305525 / 305784 - So binsearch missed 259 blocks.
newzleech: 100% - no missing blocks
nzbking: not found - sometimes nzbking is a real help, sometimes not...

So if you use the nzb from newzleech, you could download those files, which are corrupted most, again and can use your par blocks for other files.

Hope this helps :)

All the best,
Calahan
Thanks for the tip, I'll do that if I come across any more missing bits!
Not sure what's wrong with nzbking these days but it's worse than a couple months ago for some reason.
Looks like newzleech will save the day.

Cheers!!