Zulithe

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  1. can I safely disable UPnP port mapping if I manually forward a port through my router without it affecting anything? And I will try to create a dump later tonight before doing so.
  2. When I close uTorrent, it is still in the task manager (even after several hours) and Windows won't let me End Process on it, telling me: "The operation could not be completed. Access denied." Running Task Manager as Administrator makes no difference. I've found threads on this problem (example here: http://www.utorrent.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=68718 ) I am running Windows 7 64bit and using the latest 2.0.1 RC1 build 18833. I am not using peerblock or a firewall, only a utorrent ipfilter list HijackThis log: http://pastebin.com/n6qGYMMk Can this please be addressed before final?
  3. RE: #64 Yeah the way it shows the limiter is confusing. If I set it to limit to 20kB/s then i want that to be the actual, real limit of any and all data going through, is that so hard? I have to share bandwidth with a roomate, I have to make sure I'm not hogging any bandwidth, I achieve this through knowing what my limit is, in real terms. I set it to 13kB/s right now and it's reporting 23kB/s... that is a pretty big difference when you don't have a lot of upload speed.
  4. Why would it want to install in that folder anyway? Shouldn't it want to install to the real Program Files folder like pretty much every other program?
  5. I'm on Vista Business 32bit and 1.7 build 2899. I placed utorrent in "C:\Program Files\uTorrent" but utorrent keeps moving itself to the directory: "C:\Users\<user>\Program Files\uTorrent" What is the reason for this? Is there a way I can override it?