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    Hi, Recently I had to do a Windows system reset with Recovery Manager because I was having some issues with my computer. I have some portable drives with MKV movie torrent files and I added art covers to all of them but when I plugged my portable drives 99% of the covers I added to the movie files were gone.... I don't know what happened and may be somebody can help me in this forum. Thanks. Serge
  2. Thanks Harold it's working now after resetting winsock. What other port do you think I should use? Have a nice evening, Serge
  3. Well, I guess I'm not the only one who can't download anymore, I have the same problems as you do...
  4. Hi, I installed Bittorrent a while ago on my Dell laptop and it was working fine until I got a virus on my computer and had to reinstall windows 7. I downloaded Bittorrent again and now I have some issues to make it work, I'm not a computer geek unfortunately and I was very lucky when I configured Bittorrent the first time... I've added a verified movie file with seeds for downloading and it doesn't work, I see "finding peers" and "DHT waiting to login" but nothing happens. when I click on file I see a red bar and in "trackers" I have the messages "no such host is known - failure : connection timed out". In the Preferences window, I entered "port used for incoming connection : 6881" and I checked "enable UPnP, NAT and add windows firewall exception". In Bittorrent features" I checked everything but "limit local peer". I also ran the test "bandwith/network" and I got the green check marks that it is working fine. In windows firewall "inbound rules - Protocol and ports" I have TCP local port 6881" and in "outbound rules - Protocol and ports" I have "UDP Remote port 6881". I don't know what the problem is but hope somebody in this forum can give me some tips on how to fix that. Thanks and have a nice day, Serge
  5. Hi Harold, How do you do that? I'm sorry I'm not very familiar with all the settings for Bittorrent and I guess I was very lucky the first time I set up everything. Serge
  6. Hi, I've just restore windows 7 on my laptop and reinstalled BiTorrent but I'm having a few technical issues now. I can't download any files with magnet link as I used to before, it doesn't download anything when I try. I have to use Torcache. Torcache works with movie files but when I try to download some applications from sites like Kickass nothing works. I'm quite confused about that and hope somebody can give me some tips. Thanks and have a nice day. Serge
  7. Hi, Two days ago I had a big virus on my laptop and I had to reinstall Windows and all my programs. I used Bittorrent 7.8.2 and I never had any issues to download files but after downloading Bitorrents again on my laptop I can't make it work. I try to add a few files but I get the message "finding peers" and then it shifts to "queed" and back and forth but nothing happens. I don't see the files information underneath nor peers, trackers... I allowed the program to the firewall and use the port 6881 for incoming connections and run the test "bandwith/network and got the message "port is open - your network is properly configured". I think the issue comes from the firewall "advanced settings" but I'm not very good with that stuff and I don't know how to configure it. I can see two bitorrents in "inbound rules", in the first one " protocol ports, protocol type TCP number 6, specific ports 6881, all ports "blank". for the second Bittorrent line I can see UPD 17, specific ports 9999, all ports "blank". I have no clue how to fix that and hope somebody on this forum can give me some tips. Thanks and have a great day. Serge