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nod32 + azureus = ice age coming

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I changed from Norton to Nod32 antivirus two weeks ago, and been having problems since. The problems coincided with me making an IMON-exception for C:\Program\Java\jre1.5.0_04\jre\bin\ as suggested at http://www.azureuswi...nfiguring_NOD32 . I did that 'cos I found my downloading speeds way to slow. Upon doing it, everytime I started azureus it ran smoothly for 5-10 minutes, then all internet connection (downloading, surfing, all) stops BUT the little symbol in the right hand corner of the screen still indicates good connectivity. when I try to access the settings by either double-clicking the symbol or via the control panel in the start menu, the application freezes and I have to close it through the task manager. then I can no longer access it - the computer "thinks" forever when I try.

I thought the problem was the exception I made in IMON, so deleted it but problem remains. Also, the problem only occurs when running azureus. When not, everything's fine.

I am on a wireless connection, an unprotected network. I'm supposed to be the only computer using it. Upon starting, azureus displays a message that "UPnP Error - Incoming Data Port has been reserved by 192.xxx.xxx.x" (x = numbers)

Anyone? :whistling:

Oh, and Azureus still disconnects with NOD32 turned off

Edited by joshanna, 26 December 2006 - 04:12 PM.

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