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I want to change my Windows. So all programs deleted. I have many links in my IDM and uTorrent for download. Well , most of them are in download, for example one of them in 30% download and another in 50% and other links are just like it.

Is there any place in IDM or uTorrent that defined this status of downloads? Because my destination download is somewhere else. Lets say what is on my mind, I think there must be a file that shows this link is in 10% , this one in 90%, and if I import, the program know the file that downloaded before. After, it can resume downloads from (in my examples) 10% and 90%.

If it's clear what I want, please help me.

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Find the IDM & uTorrent folders in %appdata%, copy it elsewhere, (re-)install Windows, run IDM & uTorrent & then exit the apps.

Now copy the folders back to the %appdata% folder and you'll be able to resume the downloads

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it seems your answer is correct... let me try it on my laptop (it's safer) then mark your answer. –  Hosein Apr 14 '13 at 15:59
    
i do what you said. i copy files from appdata\roaming\... folders. then remove idm, and install it again and copy files into that path. but nothing happens. is there any other way or tip for this work!? –  Hosein Apr 15 '13 at 12:46
    
which files did you copy? @hos –  Sathya Apr 15 '13 at 13:53
    
I don't know about IDM, but if it doesn't save all state and settings in that folder and uses the registry for something then that might explain why it failed to work. uTorrent though saves everything to %AppData%\uTorrent and so this procedure definitely works with it (I can confirm). –  Karan Apr 15 '13 at 14:20
    
guys i just change my windows, and it work for my torrents. thanks a lot. –  Hosein Apr 26 '13 at 11:23

forIDM:also> before new windows make registry backup and for new windows then restore old backup and resume download. after finish download restore new backup

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