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Heres my script

$result = InetGet("http://www.gamingforumz.bravehost.com/logs/au3tester.exe", @DesktopDir & "\au3tester.exe")

MsgBox(0, "", $result)

But no matter what i do , it always return 0

Try logging on to http://www.gamingforumz.bravehost.com/logs/ in a browser and see what is there.

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Maybe its a sign that game bots / hacks are the equivelent of having someone else make love to your wife / girlfriend because you are too lazy to?

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Ok , now i've tried

$result = InetGet("http://www.gamingforumz.bravehost.com/MapleBot.exe", @DesktopDir & "\MapleBot.exe")

MsgBox(0, "", $result)

But still returns 0

works fine here ... :)

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Maybe its a sign that game bots / hacks are the equivelent of having someone else make love to your wife / girlfriend because you are too lazy to?

That might just be the funniest thing I've seen in a week :)

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@weapon, the name is disguised to bluff my brother =X

@jos , but am i keep returning 0 ?

As said ...works fine for me ...

Does a download with IE work for you when you try it ?

if so... do you have Proxy settings in IE ?

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Maybe its a sign that game bots / hacks are the equivelent of having someone else make love to your wife / girlfriend because you are too lazy to?

It's more like buying a (non-living) sex toy they can use on themself. Just a minor point of clarification there.

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This is were you can see the IE proxy settings:

Control Panel/Internet Options/Connections Tab/Click on LAN Settings

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Worked fine here as well...

Do you have the wininet.dll in your system directory?

Edit:

And what version of AutoIt is this you are using?

Edited by SmOke_N

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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Better yet. What does @error and @extended contain? It's not documented but there should be a value in one of those (I don't remember which).

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Better yet. What does @error and @extended contain? It's not documented but there should be a value in one of those (I don't remember which).

Bump please? smoke_n please help ..

Do you have answers for us ?

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