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    Default 380 Workshop Manual on CD

    Got my hands on a 380 Workshop Manual CDROM, anybody want it or know where I can upload an image for all to share?

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    How big is it?
    OLD - 1996 MITSUBISHI MAGNA TE Sedan Altera 4dr Auto 4sp 3.0i. A/C, C/L, C/C, P/W-F&R, P/S, Embassy Gun Metal Grey.

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    about 12cm in diameter






















    ......276MB

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    Any chance of putting it on Bit Torrent so that we can download it? That's if you want to share it...up to you. You could pre-arrange a short window in which everyone gets it, who wants it, then pull it off before it is noticed.
    Any other suggestions? (to anyone, that is)

    (PS If you're looking at a swap, what would you be interested in?)

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    Im more than happy to share it, thats the reason I bought it when I saw it, so people on here could benefit.

    If somebody on here wants to arrange a torrent of it (I dont know how to create them, I only know how to leech them ) Then Im more than happy to provide a copy for everybody.

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    Me too... I haven't set up a Torrent file to upload, but I know others who have, so I'll find out and get back to you, assuming nobody else has advised you by then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grubco
    Me too... I haven't set up a Torrent file to upload, but I know others who have, so I'll find out and get back to you, assuming nobody else has advised you by then.
    Sounds like a plan, let me know.

    The CD cost me 5 cents btw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gas_Hed
    Sounds like a plan, let me know.

    The CD cost me 5 cents btw
    Sorry, no answer yet from my friend. Hopefully tomorrow afternoon I'll have some details to follow.
    Also, what is the format of the size you mentioned?

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    Hi there

    MitsiMonsta offered to host a CD image if it became available and TBuTcher has made the 2nd Gen and 3rd Gen manuals available online so perhaps he would oblige

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gas_Hed
    Sounds like a plan, let me know.

    The CD cost me 5 cents btw
    I got some info on Bit Torrent, but forgot to ask which Bit Torrent program you're using.
    Anyway, in which ever program you're using, you'll need to setup <sharing a new file> and nominate your file (the 380 Workshop Manual) as the one to be shared. Then you download a Bit Torrent file which will give you - and others online - access to the 380 file. Because of this "open access" you should put his 380 file in a separate directory and select this when nominating the file for sharing.
    If you have a broadband setup, it should take about an hour to download (if it is compressed). If it isn't compressed, you should consider doing that before making it available for download.
    I hope this makes sense. I haven't done it myself, but can get further instructions should you need them.
    Good luck!

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