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Firefox utorrent problems


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inzeo

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I believe that utorrent is causing firefox to have connectivity problems.

Firefox runs great when utorrent is off.

When I start utorrent, firefox returns unable to connect messages and loads really slow (lots of blank screen time).

I believe utorrent is set up correctly (speed guide settings under my upload speed as per their guide and NOD 32 work around used as per utorrent's forum advice)

Turning off the Modem and waiting 30 seconds doesn't always help. Turning off and waiting with the packet8 bridge doesn't always help, but works more often. CCLeaner doesn't seem to help neither does ATF cleaner.

Perhaps my Firefox settings are wrong or ...well I really don't know. I'm running Vista Ultimate with 4 gb ram and there doesn't seem to be any spikes according to task manager's cpu monitor.

Any suggestions, help or etc...(especially if this should be in a different forum)

Thank you in advance

Inzeo
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* We will not support or allow the discussion of any peer to peer (P2P) applications, except for their removal.


We will not be able to help you with your issue with µTorrent, as we do not support nor condone the use of Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Applications. This topic will be closed.
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