rafi

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  1. rafi

    3.5.x Beta

    LAA stable version also updated
  2. Uninstall everything, put the exe + an empty settings.dat file together anywhere and try again.
  3. >than 10MB/s You have 10*8 = 80Mbps, which means 100Mbps link speed. Check your NIC/Net interface link status for speed, then most likely - replace your connecting cable to 8 wire instead of 4 ...
  4. Here is an alternative: put the exe and empty settings.dat file together anywhere you want, and just run standalone it there... No install required...
  5. I know one thing - "run on download completion" - works, and this is exactly when seeding starts. Use this, it's simplest...
  6. rafi

    3.5.x Beta

    If you think there is always a newer beta when a stable is released - you are wrong...
  7. Possibly ISP related. Try over VPN to rule this out.
  8. rafi

    3.5.x Beta

    Done, LAA flag added...
  9. Screenshot including your detailed tabs->peers' list?
  10. First it was your modem, and now your router? Make up your mind ... Since it is an unknown torrent, you are on your own. There is no way to tell what kind of malware you are trying to download...
  11. Just to eliminate a possible issue of intentional intervention by your ISP - try a slackware torrent, and see if this happens with it too. http://www.slackware.com/torrents/slackware64-14.2-install-dvd.torrent Next step is HW resetting it, then replacing....
  12. "External" how? mapped network drive? upload your Pref->Directories tab. Make sure the torrent file(s) path is correct (not auto moved) by "open file location" and the detailed info-tab.
  13. Make sure to always exit normally (not force-exit by Windows)
  14. Automatically, using the pref->directories->"Move completed downloades to:" ? Any strange path-name(s) in that torrent, maybe including spaces? WD might have changed something in their HDD emulation firmware/software, that is not fully compatible with Windows...