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Everything posted by Rhubarb

  1. Check thatyour firewall isn't blocking it. Do you have two green 'lioghts' at the bottom right?
  2. You need to set up a manual IP LAN and then set a port in the router using that address Example: set address to in network settings set a port in Bitcomet open router in browser and match that port numberwith the one you'vechosen, both for TCP and UDP
  3. You do know, of course, that post isTHIRTEEN YEARS OLD - don't you? 🤣 " Posted September 20, 2006 "
  4. I don't think the OP has been back for at least 5 years and the one you thanked hasn't been seen in a year 😄
  5. Unfortunately - no. Your traffic is visible to anyone with the abilioty to snoop and the only way to conceal that is to use a VPN. However, sharing the file via a cloud server (or direct FTP transfer) does what you are asking without the use of torrents (but your ISP always knows the amount of traffic on your machine)
  6. You need a fixed ip address on the LAN (Local Area Net) - usually in the form of 192.168.###.###. The third block is usually .0 or .1 and the fourth is any number greaterthan 1 and less than 255. Open a DOSprompy (command line) and type ipconfig to find out the IP number the router and use thatas the first three numbers. Open the router(http://192.168.###.1) and look for port forwarding It's better explained here
  7. The only difference between signing in and not signing in is that you don't get any points - nothing else. The only 'fix' is to wait until the server is back up and running
  8. https://www.cometforums.com/topic/12800313-comet-id-not-exists/
  9. https://www.cometforums.com/topic/12800313-comet-id-not-exists/
  10. Rather than post this all over again, please check this thread
  11. The server is down - there is another thread dealing with this issue
  12. Read the previous posts - the server is down (and as it's run by volunteers it's not likewly to be back until the beginning of the week at the earliest). You can still upload and download - the only difference is that you won't collect any points (which can't be exchanged for beer anyway - they're just a bit of fun)
  13. Do not EVER hand out your phone number or e-mail in a public forum (unless you want to be the target of spammers)
  14. The serveris down - why it is or whether it's the database or whatever, nobody here would know. BC will still work (you just won't collect any points duuring the outage)
  15. Same thing - it's probably the bundled a/v software doing it. Just turn defender off until the program is downloadedand installed.
  16. You need to set up using a fixed IP number and set the ports in your router to forward to that port.
  17. It's your a/v reading a false positive. It 'something' detected what it thought was a virus, hen you have a/v running. I use Adawareand don't have a problem. However, as I said, McAfee is notorious for false positives on other apps. If it's deleting running files or downloaded torrents, then set that folder up as 'excluided' on scan and manually scan the downloaded files afterwards
  18. check that port forwarding is set up from your router - it's best to use a fixed IP on the computer before allocating ports
  19. It;s a 'false positive'. (McAfee is known for this in other apps). Turn off the a/v off for the download and install and then turn it back on. The app is clean, provided you download it directly from source
  20. Download history (in Windows) is in a hidden file - C:\Users\<Username>\Appdata\Roaming\Bitcomet
  21. bcrypt.dll is a microsoft file. If you google for it, there are lots of hits for downloading/repairing. You should also keep in mind that Windows XP is no longer supported by Microsoft
  22. https://www.bitcomet.com/en/downloading v1.57.0 [Windows][MacOS]2019.5.8
  23. Tghat error code is normally associated with MS updates. Check this website for more info
  24. Even if it was possible there are problems: The cost (paid to the ISP for data transfers) would be very high The storage space would be limited It would be something completely different (from the existing app) requiring complete new code. Atpresent it's available on Windows and Mac- but not on Android or Linux (and that's not likely to change)
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