Tenebrae

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  1. The problem persists even when I disable my windows firewall and uninstall avast! (I also looked for any traces of previous anti-virusprograms). I share my provider with over half of my country and none of my friends seem to experience the problem, but it may still mean that they're targeting random users or something and I just have bad luck. Thank you for you're time regardless. I'll post again if I do stumble on a solution for my problem.
  2. I have the free version of avast! installed. I tried running the torrents while temporarily disabling the anti-virus, but to no avail. I don't know if it has anything to do with my problem, but when running the installation guide, I get a time-out 10060 error code for the bandwith test, while the network test is fine.
  3. About a week ago my downloads would stop dead in their tracks being stuck at "0.0 % connecting to peers". I already forwarded my port (on a static IP), made exceptions to my windows firewall, reinstalled bittorrent,... I tested this with the Slackware Linux-torrents also. Is there something simple (or complex) I'm missing? I would be very grateful for any help.