I’ve been torrenting a rather large file lately: 24 video files that are collectively 8.19 gigs large. I started on my home computer, and got 6% of the way done, but then had to go to another house for a while to housesit, and there got 40% of the way done, and completely downloaded a few episodes. I use uTorrent both times. My question is, can I use uTorrent or any other client to take the files I downloaded elsewhere and merge them with the files I downloaded here at home, now that I am no longer housesitting. This would make the rest of the download about 5 days quicker at my current download speed, and possibly much more quicker than that, since I cannot leave my computer on 24/7 here. Simply replacing the 6% done files with the 40% done files does not work, uTorrent doesn’t detect the fact that the new files are done and don’t just have 0’s written to them (since uTorrent automatically makes empty files of the correct size on the harddrive). Is there any way I can merge the 2 sets of files to make at least a 41 or 42% done set (since some blocks were probably downloaded by both) or to even just put the 40% files on my home computer and continue the download where I left off at the other house? Google reveals nothing but a bunch of people laughing at someone else for asking a similar question in another forum, and I don’t have the coding skills to write a program to do this myself.