mar80 Posted November 19, 2009 Share Posted November 19, 2009 I hope any BitComet genius is able to solve this one; didn't find any directly related topic as I browsed the first pages in the general discussions section. 1) What version of BitComet are you using? 1.09 2) What type of Internet connection do you have (ADSL, etc.)? 10Mbit Broadband 3) Do you have a modem? Do you use a router? What model? Have you forwarded your port? Use a modem, listening port 14636. 4) What version of Windows, Firewall and Antivirus do you use? Use Windows Vista 32-bit, AVG Anti-virus, and SUPERAntiSpyware v4.30.1004. Windows firewall activated, but allows BC and port 14636. So what happened was my system installed the Service Pack 2, and once I opened up BitComet after that, all of my current tasks, plus torrent archive was gone, and so far, I've found information in the forum, that it can happen. BUT, here's the strange thing; instead of not having my current torrents, or any torrents at all - all of a sudden year-old torrents show up as tasks, that I downloaded years ago and have deleted since. In my target directory, I still have the downloads as unfinished, but I haven't been able to find a the .bak list mentioned. I tried to open the .torrent file and start the download again, but after hashing, it said it was completely downloaded, which I know it isn't, plus the file still shows as "unfinished bittorrent file" in the directory. Tried downloading a new torrent, shut BC and start it again; the torrent was gone, and the old tasks added again. Another thing that is strange is that I'm still logged in, my experience point, level and ranking is the same... does that mean we have a problem with some torrent list somewhere? I should add that I have made upgrades before, and upon restarting BC, it's never been a problem, it's located the unfinished files and continued to dl/ul them. When I restart this weird version now, it gives me the same old downloads, even though I delete not only the tasks, but the file! AAAAAAAAaaaarrgh! Frustrating, and thus appreciate all help I could receive... Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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