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  3. como hago para abrir el puerto en mi pc con un router tp link ac 1200 EC220-G5? necesito ayuda me va muy lenta la descarga
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  5. I'm using the version 1.70. When I try to update and donwload the version 1.77 (picture 1), I get an error message (picture 2). It's portuguese, but the message in English would be sort of "Couldn't find tools\updater.exe! Windows 10. What can I try?
  6. Something is corrupting the files but it's not BC itself (if it was, we would have been flooded with posts about that for a long time now) It's being caused bu something external to the app itserlf . I would suggest as a trial, epending on what you are downloading, set your A/V scan to ignore the BitComet folder. It's possible that's the culprit
  7. I have many completed tasks that have their all files information and trackers gone blank. The date of the start and finished are gone to blank as well. The hash information becomes 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000. The downloaded files are still there. I have tried to rehash the task but it doesn't help. If I download the same torrent file and start it at BitComet, the program would still points to the task but the track and files would not be updated and remain to be blank. Hash remains to be all 0s. This started before 1.77 I think. I only have time to address now.
  8. It just seems that way Casssie LOL (being around when you had to manually route through nodes to get to the BBS you needed to post on)
  9. By disabling DHT you are limiting the number of possible peers. It works something like your phone... When DHT is disabled, you will only connect to those peers that you have initially called and have replied. When DHT is enabed, however, it's the other peers who initiate the call (towards you) and offer you their bits.
  10. Jenny, PLEASE do not duplicate your post, it will not get you an answer any quicker and it just makes more 'housework' for the staff...
  11. LOL! Yup, although we've moved around a bit (different URLs) over the years, BitComet has always had support forums - some of us have been here all that time. Glad you found us and happy that you've joined us, too. 🙂
  12. i solved the problem. the fault is with the DHT network. if it's enabled then it will cause the internet in the whole house to cut when i launch bitcomet and it's looking for peers. i disabled DHT network in the bitcomet settings and the problem went away
  13. That is more an issue with your iSP than with Bit Comet. While BC itself may cut out, it simply can't affect every other computer in the house. It's possible your ISP is causing that to happen - does it happen with a VPN (or conversely, if you have one, running without it)? Also check that you are using static IP on the intranet (local network) with a pre-allocated port in the high figures
  14. before i was using a 1 mbps internet connection and there were no problems when i launched bitcomet. after that i upgraded to a 500 mbps internet connection and new routers were installed. after that a weird problem started whenever i launch bitcomet to start downloading a torrent the internet will cut in the whole house for a bit. when peers are found and the download starts then the internet comes back how do i stop bitcomet from cutting the internet when i launch the program and it's looking for peers?
  15. You will have to close it in the long run. Wait until the download has finished and go google for 'Revo Uninstaller' (use the demo version in moderate mode) - then do a clean installation
  16. it not showing there. All programs running are there except BitComet. And its still running. I dont want to force close it as I may lose the torrent list I have, which is HUGE Help!!
  17. In BC, right click on the torrent and in 'properties' change the destination
  18. As you arten't running a beta version (in fact no-one is running a beta), this topic was moved. As for your problem - you may find that you have a port issue - that the only open port is the one that is set to the VPN. It could be your ISP blocxking certain ports - in which case the 'cure' is to try something well out of the normal range, coupled with a fixed Intranet IP
  19. Thank you Rhubarb! I have figured out now (with yours and other help from online tutorials) how to use the magnet to attach the torrent files to bitcomet. However, Bitcomet still wants to download the torrents again. I have my torrents/downloading files stored in another folder than completed downloads. How would I show Bitcomet these files are already complete and have them seed from my completed downloads folder? Without re-downloading the files that is.
  20. if you're referring to 'snapshots' it's possible that either the original seeds simply didn't include them or they are incompatable with your graphics. Does this happen with all downloads or just some? The sign you see is showing that they are blocked on your computer
  21. You would need to restart the .torrent files manually (and if you have a lot, that will take some time). However, as far as Bit Comet is concerned, these would be 'new' seeds and the ratio will be back to zero
  22. So for years I have been using Bitcomet and with no issues. Lately when I download a torrent I don't get any peers or seeds on the summary tab unless I connect to a VPN. Does anyone know why this is happening? Is there a setting in Bitcomet that I have to change to open the download up to peers or is this something to do with my ISP? Tx in advance.
  23. My router has miniupnpd 2.2.0-4. When I start BitComet 1.77 I can see in the router UI that the relevant UPnP redirects are added. However, when I check the new firewall rules on the router, I see the source is set to, when it should be I was able to find the cause of the problem. If you look at the request: POST /ctl/IPConn HTTP/1.1 Accept: */* CONTENT-TYPE: text/xml;charset="utf-8" HOST: SOAPACTION: "urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:WANIPConnection:1#AddPortMapping" Content-Length: 628 Cache-Control: no-cache <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?> <s:Envelope xmlns:s="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" s:encodingStyle="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/encoding/"><s:Body><u:AddPortMapping xmlns:u="urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:WANIPConnection:1"><NewRemoteHost> </NewRemoteHost><NewExternalPort>6790</NewExternalPort><NewProtocol>TCP</NewProtocol><NewInternalPort>6790</NewInternalPort><NewInternalClient></NewInternalClient><NewEnabled>1</NewEnabled><NewPortMappingDescription>BitComet TCP</NewPortMappingDescription><NewLeaseDuration>0</NewLeaseDuration></u:AddPortMapping></s:Body></s:Envelope> you can see that the NewRemoteHost tag contains a single space. I believe that this tag should be empty. That is what I see in http://upnp.org/specs/gw/UPnP-gw-WANIPConnection-v2-Service.pdf Could you please fix this issue?
  24. Can anybody help that the screenshot function is no longer working even if i have updated the Bitcomet version. In the screenshot area, a red Cross showing in black background.
  25. You would need to know what ports are open on the router and also have one opened for your intranet IP address (the VPN isn't an issue here) Basically, there is no way you can operate without actually changing the settings on the hotel router - and I don't think they would permit that And, please do not attach a 'me too' post especially when the original problem is totally different (and was 3 years ago)
  26. If I disable my firewalls and the listening port is still blocked, would it be proof that it is the router or provider (I am in a hotel) blocking the port? If that is the case, is there any way to use a VPN (I use cloudfare) to get around this issue?
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