kluelos Posted September 28, 2011 Share Posted September 28, 2011 I have been meaning to report this for a while, but I installed Azureus today, and it registered itself properly, so there's no reason why BC can't. When I install BitComet under Win7/64 Enterprise SP1, it does not set up the necessary registry entries to identify itself as an installed program. I must go into the registry and insert these keys by hand into HKLM\Software\Classes\Applications. (I do not know if this also affects Win7/32 or other versions of Win7/64.) Without these entries, Win7 will not accept an association between BitComet and .torrent files, so will not become the default bittorrent client. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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