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TheWheelOfFate2010 posted a topic in BitComet Bug ReportsI Posted Pictures To Make This Crystal Clear. Hi I’m Experienced User Also I’m Not New To BitComet It Is My Favourite Client But There Is Something Strange About It Udp Ports Never Work The Indicator Always Show Yellow Not Green But When I Switch To Statistics Tab It Show Opened? also when i set a udp port for remote download or as a listen port it never work? why that? My TCP Port 10004 Is Opened & It Is Working Great But Bitcomet Show That 10004 udp protocol is opened too although it is closed? why that? All My Softwares Are Updated B.T.W Except BitComet. All My Ports Are Configured Correclty. To Ensure That My Ports Are Working I Use PF Port Checker. Other Info: BT Client:BitComet v1.35 x64 OS:Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 Protection Suit:Norton 360 v184.108.40.206 Connection:ADSL 512kpps 1 Router 1 desktop Pc Router Type:TD-8816 v6.0 Sorry For Caps & Bad English It Is A Bad Habit I Know.
Whenever I closed MPCStar, a popup will shows up like the picture below. "Player is not responding. Do you want to end the program immediately? (Choose "Cancel" to disable this popup) It's really irritating. I would like to know how could I fix this problem? ______________________________ Things I did trying to fix the problem but could not work : 1) Fully uninstalling the program and reinstall it with Version 4.8, 4.9, 5.0, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 and 5.4. But none fixed the problem.
Hi! So I have this problem with MpcStar where I can't rewind or forward any video that's been played from dvd. I can't even find a way to move back in the video in anyway and can only go forward faster by increasing the play speed (6400x or something like that). I tried to google it but all I found was that a few versions back there was a fix for this (MpcStar v5.3 [PLAYER] fix the bug of unable to fast forwards/rewind when playing DVD (this was in the changelog)). I would appreciate any kind of answer, like if there was even some other way to forward/rewind (especially rewind) a dvd.