How to view this DVD

  anattam 16:14 21 Jun 2009

Please kindly advise. What program do I have to use to open these type of files. I have never seen this kind of file extension before. Please see detail in hereinafter URL. Thank you very much for your assistance..
click here

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 16:25 21 Jun 2009

look like bittorrent download files sorry I don't use bit torrent but I'm sure someone on the forum knows how to open then.

  DieSse 16:26 21 Jun 2009

md-ls looks like a Rapid-Share RAR file click here A RAR files needs an decompressor to open them click here

The icon shown in your picture also is an icon which is a common one for RAR files.

  rdave13 16:34 21 Jun 2009

7 Zip will un pack the files and join then apparently. Never used the feature though. click here

  AL47 16:52 21 Jun 2009

looks like you cant see the file extensions

  AL47 16:53 21 Jun 2009

of some of them at least

  AL47 17:00 21 Jun 2009

Volumes are parts of a split archive. Volumes are supported only by the RAR
archive format, so you cannot create ZIP volumes. Generally volumes are used
to store a large archive on several diskettes or other removable media.

By default RAR volumes have names like 'volname.partNNN.rar', where NNN is
the volume number. Using -vn switch it is possible to switch to another,
extension based naming scheme, where the first volume file in a multi-volume
set has the extension .rar, following volumes are numbered from .r00 to

Volumes may also be solid and self-extracting. The first self-extracting
volume has a different (i.e. not .rar) file extension identifier, for
example .exe for DOS SFX volumes.

It is impossible to add, update or delete files in created volumes.

To unpack volumes you need to start extraction from the first volume. If
volumes are stored on non-removable media like a hard disk, you need to put
all volumes in the same folder before starting extraction.

  JITC1 17:06 21 Jun 2009

I use Skype to video call family abroad for free. I would like to use a 3 way video call but skype only do this in voice calls. I remember that the magazine had a feature on VOIP calls and one of the providers reviewed had this feature. I cannot find the mag (due to building work at home, must have thrown it out during clearout).

I would like to know which provider it was or if there is any way that I could do this.

Thank in advance.

  JITC1 17:07 21 Jun 2009

sorry but i pressed wrong buttons. pls ignore my response

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