This case is similar, except that I was so excited and busy, I didn't check the path mentioned, expecting things to go like normal when it finished downloading. I've been torrenting for 3-4 years, so although I won't say I'm an expert, I know roughly how utorrent is supposed to work. This is strange. Because when I couldn't find the .iso file, I right clicked the download list and chose 'Open Containing Folder'. It sent me to 'My Computer'. I thought I must've clicked something else, so I did it again, and it again sent me to 'My Computer'. But there was nothing there, except my two hard drive partitions, my dvd drive and my virtual drive. But, C drive lost exactly the amount of space that t he .iso supposed to occupy. I did a search, and it didn't find anything.
You pick up your iPhone while waiting in line at a coffee shop. You Google a not-so-famous actor and get linked to a Wikipedia entry listing his recent movies and popular YouTube clips. You check out user reviews on IMDb and pick one, download that movie on BitTorrent or stream it in Netflix. But for some reason the WiFi logo on your phone is gone and you're on 3G. Video quality starts to degrade a little, but you don't know whether it's the video server getting crowded in the cloud or the Internet is congested somewhere. In any case, it costs you $10 per gigabyte, and you decide to stop watching the movie, and instead multitask between sending tweets and calling your friend on Skype, while songs stream from iCloud to your phone. You're happy with the call quality, but get a little irritated when you see that you have no new followers on Twitter. 2b1af7f3a8