Quade wrote:If speed is causing corruption then there's probably something wrong with your PC. People regularly download at 300+ Mbps without these symptoms.
I'd lean towards V scanner but it could be a hardware problem too.
Quade wrote:You never PM'd me the name of the group to check out (or I missed it).
Quade wrote:You should have a bunch of RARS hanging around if the unrar fails. It sounds like the unrar is working and the files are corrupted after the fact. If Newsbin is telling you there was a problem with the unrar, you should listen. Even if the output file is on disk, there's probably something wrong with it.
I was waiting until the next beta cycle when you will have a chance to work on the grouping.
I guess that there is no way to "automatically" add back these files to the Download queue (see question #3 above)? I have a program that could do this (Automate by Network Automation) but it doesn't work on 64 bit applications like Newsbin
Quade wrote:"Pause while unraring"
Is for people who have files pop into the failed list while other files are unraring. It's likely a timing problem with the retries. It doesn't involve data corruption.
When you download and unrar at the same time, the hard drive gets worked pretty hard. You have the download writing to disk and the unrar writing to disk at the same time. Most machines are just fine with it. It's possible yours isn't.
Make sure you exclude both the download and data folders. Because partial files are stored to the data folder. The fact "Pause while unrar" prevents the corruption suggest the chunks in the data folder which grow more you don't pause, are getting corrupted.
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