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As of today, 22 Apr 2023, the file is still there in usenet. I am using Newshosting.But, it will take you some time to get it all. First, the .nzb file located in arcadepunks will not get you all the par files and the the .rar files from 1681 to 1826. Go to nzbking and search on tboripunk to find the rest. On the search results page, note the rar or par listed in the title is just the first of about 30 to 50 in the .nzb Do not download the .nzb from that page. Click on the details button. The next page shows the .nzb content. Click the box next to each file you need. Then click the nzb button (below “NZB Content” and next to “Subject.”) to download a custom nzb file to run with your newshosting program. This file is huge and will most likely overrun your storage space. I downloaded it to my NAS, which has plenty of room. However, Newshosting stores its temp files on the primary drive. As a result, I ran out of drivespace when I attempted to process it the first time. To prevent this from happening, go into the recycle bin and change the set up to remove files immediately instead of sending them to the recycle bin. Using Multipar, it takes almost two days straight to validate every par (374 @943M) and rar 1826 @ 943M). Not every rar or par is perfect, so I had to go back and try again for the one that were bad. So far, on the latest run, only two par files are bad.
Edit: 24 Apr 2023. It took 31 hours to reassemble the imgc file from the rar files. Unfortunately, it ended with a CRC error. A file of 1,682,120,876 KB was produced, but I am going to have to research if that is correct.