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Limewire won't connect

Hey everyone,

I got my Vista about six months ago, and it's saying that Limewire won't connect. I've been unable to dl music this whole time. I only get one bar of conectivity, and nothing shows up when I search songs/ movies.

I'm using a VistaPro OS and I have a 2wire Modem.


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There are few, if any, legal download with Limewire.

And you surely wouldn't want to participate in illegal operations like sharing music or movies you don't have the copyright of, with others, would you? ASnyway, the forum policies forbid discussions on those subjects.


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Uh, yes there are

Uh, yes there are lots of subject about LW #1, and #2 in Canada DL'ing music is legal, as long as you don't upload

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The essence of P2P programs like Limewire ...

is that you download and upload simultaneously. Check the stats the program shows.
How could you download if nobody uploads? It's 1:1.


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fair enough

fair enough, but can anyone help me with my problem?

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we wont.. you have been told the forum does not support such things...

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Big problem

I know another person that had the same problem and after dinking around with it for a couple weeks just gave up and removed it from his computer. Now he gets his music legally from Rhapsody.
He said it is much easier, doesn't cost all that much and now he is not worried about a knock on the door.

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