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Rhubarb

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  1. Bit Comet doesn't have anything to do with playback - that's done by the media player. You may have a driver problem - have you tried going to the website of the audio chip maker (not the computer maker but Realtek or whoever) and look for updated W 10 drivers? You could also try a different media pl;ayer - I use VLC for preference but there are others available. Being an external device, you may need to check for updated USB drivers and also make sure that the is no clash with another USB connection (mouse, joystick, external drive, etc). One thought - is your modem, connected via USB? That could also interfere
  2. You do know this thread is four years old and refers to a far older version - don't you? Did you try what was suggested in the earlier posts?
  3. Please use English (or Spanish, German or French). I think you're asking how to handle more torrents - check in options > advanced
  4. It's possible that it isn't showing any because no-one has commented
  5. PLEASE stop asking - we did hear you the first three or four times and you were answered
  6. You do know that if you 'X' out, the tray icon goes invisible - don't you? As for 'dfark mode' - it could well be a very long time before that happens. The devs do all the work in their spare time and cosmetic touches are waaaay down on the priority list. 'Letting the community do it' isn't as simple as it may seem - all code has to be checked and then patched in and tested (and re-patched to fix bugs, tested again and again). That takes up a lot of time
  7. Open a command prompt, go to the download folder and type in Dir > folder.txt. That will list all files and folders (but not the contents of the folders). There's no way to do that in windows
  8. I don't understand quite what you are looking for, but if you right click on a working torrent and select 'open directory' you will see a list of all files. Alternatively, right click on the bottom menu bar and select 'files'. That tab will show both the files and their size along qwith other information
  9. I don't use MPCStar myself but this post may explain what is happening
  10. Bitcomet is ONLY available for Mac and Windows - nothing else
  11. You forgot Mr Waverley (the boss) But - would that make you the girl from UNCLE?
  12. set your LAN to use a fixed address (like 192.168.0.10) and, in your router, set a block of forwarding ports for both TCP and UDP to that address and make sure it's open in the firewall Set the port in Bit Comet to one of the ports in that list I'm not sure what you mean 'my ip is not hidden' - you might need a VPN to obfuscate your online IP but you will always be able to see it yourself
  13. Please post in English( Francais, Deutsch, Espanol, Gaeilge)
  14. Is this with all files or just some? Normally this can only be one of two things - it's blocked at your end or the seeder is also missing that piece. However, if it's all files, check that your anti-virus isn't killing something off
  15. Rhubarb

    99.9%

    answered elsewhere - please don't scatter the same post in other threads
  16. That sounds as if you are missing a small file (perhaps one of the info ones). Did you deselect any files on the download? It's probable that there was an overlap in the packet between that and the main file. The other possibility is the seeder deleted the file - so it's not available for download
  17. Something is out of kilter with your settings. You could try any of the following: set pagefile.sys in Windows to any drive apart from the p[rimary and set it to a max and min value of 32 GB for both (don't let 'windows decide') check your upload/download speeds - if necessary, back them off and see what happens In Options > advanced, try setting your cache to a max 4 GB and 1 GB for each connection and that the disk boot service is 'on'. Play with those settings (and take a note when you change one so that you can change it back) Update your drivers (especially the network one)
  18. You won't get the 'consent' until the program begins to install and your a/v is blocking that. You HAVE to disable a/v, install andd then restart thje a/v. It is NOT malware - it's an optional app but due to the a/v detecting the bundle installation, it blocks it. I repeat - there is NO malware, there is NO Trojan and therte is NO virus. The post I gave tells you what is happening and why
  19. That is usually insufficient space on thje target drive - clean up any unnecessary files.
  20. As I said - there will be an answer when they have one - as of now, they are working on it. Repeatedly asking for an 'answer' to something that is still being resolved is simply wasting your and everyone else's time. When it's ready, it will be released.
  21. The question has been answered by one of the devs. THEY ARE WORKING ON IT
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