Sorry to here that bro, 300 gigs of goodness gone, God-damn utorrent.
Thanks for that information Joker, it must have been very frustrating! You mentioned your D drive, have you partioned your hard drive, or is it an external drive? I only ask because I wonder if it could be causing a conflict with uTorrent (if the program is running off your C drive but storing files on a separate D drive, perhaps?). Anyway, hope you are recovering well after having to go to the hospital...
Although I've had no problems to-date, I see from the forum that others have... BTW, my specs: Windows XP, uTorrent 1.7.5, DSL router from ActionTec, no partitoned or external hard drives.
How about we use this thread to post reports of additional problems following an upgrade?
Have 2 drives C: & D:. C:drive is for Programs and Editing. D:drive is for DLing mainly uTorrent and storage.
System is Windows XP Govenment Edition(don't ask).
C:drive is 90GB SATA. D:driveis 400GB ATA. No partitions.
Contected to DSL with a Sprint/Embarq modem.
Nothing is Partitioned. Nothing running Compressed.
Using Nortons for security with 60min updates.
Using PerfictDisk for defragmenbting.
joker, I also stick with uTorrent 1.6. the upgrade seems to just mess things up
Guess I am not crazy aftrer all if you agree Chris.
Please check out thead/new uTorrent 1.7.5
Sorry that thead is New uTorrent 1.7.4
I had problems with 1.7.4 only... so far the latest update is alright
Yeah i didn't switch to 1.7 yet either. It has major problems. Most important of all, most private trackers block it because it leeks IP's or something of that nature. And Joker, I suggest you take that peace of $hit software known as Norton. It will make your rig run twice as fast. Well not really but it would help alot :D
For firewall i recommend Comodo and AV use NOD32