In BitLord, the extension represents an unfinished download. However, if you see them in the torrent properties it might be because you opened the torrent file before it was finished downloading. Try removing the task, redownloading the torrent if necessary, and reopening it.
If that ISO is a movie just drop it on that awesome VLC!
If you want to use a another player you can burn it (burn as image) or better even: mount it. Under Windows you need do download yet another application XD... deamon tools will do the job.
i am having the same proble with a torrented game, i was able to rename the bc! to a ISO file but now when i try to mount it to daemon to install it it just flashes the cmd screen for a second then nothing happpens, any idears?
thx guys just got jet li the one bittorent had this same bc! crap... deleted the bc! so all it read was “The One.avi” immediantly converted it to a windows media player file.. works like a charm :p thx... it isnt an incomplete bittorrent coz i dl’d it all
how do i get to the directory where the file is located using command prompt? and also, my file isnt .avi.bc! its just a .bc! but im pretty sure its a .mpeg file, the file is 99.9% complete and nobody has it 100%, not sure why though, can anyone help?
ok i need a simple anser
i downloaded and avi file off limewire and it wont play on my windows media player.. i dont want to burn anything i just want to watch the movie on my pc.. divx wont work is there any other players i can get??
Also, if its at 99% and it won’t download the rest of the way, every bittorrent client has a “preview” butten. Just press that and you can watch it. you’ll miss like one name in the credits or something, no biggy.
OK, we’ve all been newbies at some point but some of these questions have been repeated far too many times.
Yes, .bc! is an extension used by BitComet and BitLord to indicate that the download is incomplete (even if it says 100%)
Yes, you can delete the .bc! extension and expect it to play for SOME file formats. For example, MPG is more forgiving than AVI and I doubt ISO or BIN are forgiving in the slightest.
If your download says 99 or 100% but won’t get rid of the .bc!, ty stopping and restarting the download. I’ve found that, on occassion, the download will not quite finish and you have to REMIND it to do its thing.
hi, im just wondering about how to open an unfinished torrent? i realise thats what everybody wants to know, but i have looked around and cant find any of the suggestions that work.
im using a mac, and am downloading a whole series through one torrent file. i can see that 11 out of the 19 episodes are completely finished but they wont play on any of my media players. Im using a mac, so ive tried quicktime, realplayer and vlc.
ive also tried changing the name, copy pasting to a different folder etc, and to no avail.
thanks in advance.
people who said that by removing the bc! extension will make the incomplete file viewable is a complete moron. there is no codec good enough to play an incomplete files. maybe if the incomplete files is about 99% finished then try using the Bitcomet program to play the files or just wait till u finish dling. those who said u can change the file name just want to make u dling the files from 0% again. coz renaming corrupt the files. i recommend copy the files to somewhere else and renaming the copied file leaving the original file intact.