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Thread: Torrent File Associations

  1. #1
    Hi there,

    I'm a newbie with regards to torrents and my first client was bitcomet. Bitcomet's ok but its rather slow. After reading Azereus was faster and recommended i decided to try it out.

    Problem now. I've noticed that my computer recognises torrents as bitcomet files, thus, when i uninstalled bitcomet, i got an error message. So i installed it again and now have both bitcomet and azureus.

    Now, when i open a new torrent to download, Azureus has it there but nothing downloads nor uploads. I also get a pop pup error message saying..
    "windows cannot find "blah blah[torrent files are not allowed]" in my temporary intenternet files. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again. To search for a file, click Start button, and then search."

    Thing is, this pop up appears just after i get this other pop up suggesting the torrent is downloading to my temporary folder.

    Meanwhile, Azureus checks the torrent and then says its downloading when completing its check. But i cant see that i'm connected to any peers etc etc.

    I havent a clue what is going on. is this because of torrents being associated with bitcomet?


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  3. BitTorrent   -   #2
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    right click on any torrent file, go to properties. on the general tab, you will see
    type of file: TORRENT file
    opens with: whatevr you got installed. click the change button and brows to the executable file for azurius. should take care of it.
    you may also want to run a good registry cleaner and a dll cleaner. i use ahampoo, but others may know of other good one to use. hope this helps


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