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Error list popped up when bittorrent started. Need help

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by RedDragen, Sep 7, 2004.

  1. RedDragen

    RedDragen Member

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    I'm a long time bittorrent user, but I can't figure this one out. One day TorrentStorm stopped working for no apparant reason. I gave it some time, and still no go. Then I tried running bittorrent alone, and this huge list of errors popped up. Here's what it says: Download Error - arguments are:
    --max_uploads <arg>, --keepalive_interval <arg>, --download_slice_size <arg>, followed by at least 15 more. They all seem to be variables or vital numbers/values. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling bittorrent, but nothing works.
    Any and all help will be greatly appreciated, so thanks in advance.
     
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    hmm

    uninstall - Scan registry and remove errors - Download a fresh copy of the particular bittorrent program and install it

    that should sort it out
     
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    Well I did what you said. After uninstalling bittorrent and all related programs, I searched the registry and deleted everything that had to do with it. After re-downloading and re-insatlling bt, the same errors screen still came up. Thanks though, it was worth a shot. Man do I miss bt....*sob*
     
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    lol, not searching the registry manually - get a registry program to scan and fix
     
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    Sorry to be asking all this of you -LoNeR-, but could you recommend a program for me? I can find it myself, so you don't have to go through the trouble of finding me a link. Thanks again!
     
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    Registry Mechanic v3.0

    and its no bother, its what we are here for :D

    hope this works out
     
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    Nope, didn't work. It did find and correct about 68 errors, but i'm still out of luck.
     
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    try downloading and using G3 Torrent
     
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    G3 didn't help, but rather show me more problems. Under the seen copies box, it's 0 for everything. I even got a brand new torrent for testing, and still nothing. I can't even see any other downloaders. Guess i'm out of luck, huh?
     
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    Sounds Like your computers knackered - do you have any valuable data on your computer? back it up

    Because I believe a format will solve all your problems, and i dont mean just a windows CD format
    I mean a proper FDISK Format :D

    that should work
     

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