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Alright so after about two months I finally bought a new HD (250gb) for my MB! Recently my dumb friend dropped my MB and obviously the HD died on me. So I am in need of a new torrent downloader. I use to have tomato torrent. I downloaded tomato torrent again and now every-time I go to isohunt and try to download files tomato torrent comes up with bull saying it can not download the file. So I decided to delete tomato torrent. Currently I am on the prowl for a new torrent downloading application. Just checking on here to see if any of my fellow MB torrent rippers can point me in the right direction on a good torrent ripper that is reliable and not going to put a bunch of other crap on my computer also one that isn't going to get me into any trouble.
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Might I add I am also looking for one that is absolutely free no bull where I have to put my name or any information in to download or use it.
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Um, thanks for all the help? Not 1 out of the 25 that visited could of directed me anywheres?
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Be a little more patient here or you will be quick to find no one willing to help.

Plus, I don't know if torrent discussion breaks the Terms Of Usage rules for this forum.

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If we are talking torrent downloads of pirated movies, music and software, then it does go against the rules here on the forums. Torrents themselves though are not against the law.
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Transmission, and uTorrent would be my top picks.
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