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Thread: Bittorent Problem

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2003
    whenever i use bittorent my computer always seems to crash usually about 30mins-1 hour into downloading something my computer will totaly reset and windows tells me its recovered from a serious error - pain in the ar$e! Im using broadband on windows xp. any suggestions would be greatly appreciated

  2. BitTorrent   -   #2
    Which Bittorent client do you use?

  3. BitTorrent   -   #3
    asmithz's Avatar Hi-Definition
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    Jun 2003
    You need to use a differant client, so of them use hella resources.

    Try BT++

  4. BitTorrent   -   #4
    Get burst thats what I use and its preet good at downloading bittorents.
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  5. BitTorrent   -   #5
    shn's Avatar 3μ|\|(7
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    May 2003
    Originally posted by Shad0w Hacker@20 September 2003 - 12:37
    You need to use a differant client, so of them use hella resources.

    Try BT++
    That client sucks. Its the exact reason Im looking for another client right now.

  6. BitTorrent   -   #6
    this is probley your problem
    and I like shadows&#39;s seem to be the bast
    if you got a real smoking computer try azurezus, its a hog of resources, and you need java installed, but seems to download the fastest, you just can&#39;t have a lot of torrents open with it
    I have had up to 7 open with shadows`

  7. BitTorrent   -   #7
    Off chance it is not the client, If the answer to the following question is not yes stop reading. Are you using XP?

    If so check in device manager - network adapters, is that the correct name of your network card? XP does this too much, put in the wrong driver for nic&#39;s. All is good until the nic is forced to actually do more than normal usage, when high amounts of data is being passed - bang, reboot. Just a thought.

    Edit: you are using XP, so maybee applies. Worth a look see.


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