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Hello Folks,

I'm using Mozilla Firefox to download "The Witcher - Enhanced Edition."

I'm running into an issue that may or may not be a problem, and I'm hoping that someone around here would know for certain.

There are SIX .bin files that I need to download.

For some reason, whenever I click "download using browser (3 of 6) it only starts a download entitled "setup_the_witcher_enhanced_edition-2.bin," which I already have.

What's going on? Do I really only need to download FIVE .bin files, or do I really need the listed six?

I've tried GOG's downloading utility before, and I wasn't a fan of it, and I'm doing my best to avoid using it at all.

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you!
the first piece is the *.exe. Second piece is *1.bin, third piece *2.bin, etc. You need 5 bin files + and exe file. If you already have 2, either you downloaded it already or it's an incomplete piece, check the size.
It's all good. Anyway, what's wrong with the gog installer, out of curiosity?
Post edited January 14, 2012 by neant
I don't know what you meant by not being a fan of the downloader - has it had some problems in the past?

I used it for many games few weeks ago and it worked perfectly. Easy to use and fast.
Thanks for your help. You are correct. There are six files to download, but only five of them are .bin files.

In regards to using GOG's downloading utility---It's hard to put into words, but here goes...

I didn't like how it downloaded one's files and deposited them into a file structure where I couldn't identify the games that were downloaded. I knew that they were in there "somewhere," but it unnerved me to no end that I couldn't find a way to retrieve what I downloaded to organize the game with the mods I downloaded for it and whatnot.

I don't want to sound petty, but it's important to me that I keep my files highly organized, and it just bothered me to no end that I seemingly couldn't do so with the files I downloaded with the utility.

Of course, I'm happy to be corrected if I'm wrong.

There's an option in the downloader, you can set where it's going to save the downloaded files. Isn't that what you're looking for? By default it's "My Documents\ Downloads".
Yeah, as neant said you can set the download location. That bugged me at first too because I like to know where all my files are going, but once I found that option I no longer had any issues with the downloader.

Of course, using the browser works fine too, you just have to download the pieces separately.