mike20021969

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  1. uTorrent won't start download of torrents

    See if this helps... In Firefox: Tools>Options>Applications. Scroll down to magnet & click on it. Use the small arrow to access the drop down menu. If Use µTorrent (default) is not set, then you need to set it so it is. Then scroll down to TORRENT file & click on it. Use the small arrow to access the drop down menu. If Use µTorrent (default) is not set, then you need to set it so it is.
  2. 3.5.x Beta

    @rafi You're welcome
  3. 3.5.x Beta

    3.5.3.44416 available: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:726E6286EC383EF7F815365A4192137044A0E86D Changelog: Resolve issue where a password prompt was shown in error
  4. uTorrent won't start download of torrents

    Go into Options>Preferences>General. Under the Windows Integration section, are you able to press the Associate with torrent files button? If you can, does that correct the problem...? If that doesn't help: What browser are you using? (Note: Some have reported problems when using Google Chrome with Magnet Links though...).
  5. copyright letter from my ISP

    If you know VPN details, enter them in uTorrent (Preferences>Connection>Proxy Server).
  6. copyright letter from my ISP

    I've never heard of that. In what version do you recall this? As far as I know, the only way you can "appear to be elsewhere" is by using a proxy or vpn service.
  7. copyright letter from my ISP

    I very much doubt you can use the vpn facility built into the Opera (browser?) for use with uTorrent. If you know Opera's vpn details, enter them into uTorrent's settings (Preferences>Connection>Proxy Server). Come back and report if you managed getting nowhere very fast...
  8. 3.5.x Beta

    This was already mentioned 3 days ago...
  9. 3.5.x Beta

    It's not "counterfeit". Open your 2.81 MB file with 7zip or WinRAR. This is what you'll see: Carrier.exe is the actual binary. The rest is just bulk
  10. 3.5.x Beta

    What's too large? The current stable is 0.01 MB smaller than the current beta.
  11. 3.5.x Beta

    3.5.3.44396: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:3BDD3B793C9557FBE6611B346E10DC085BC6378A Binary size: 1.89 MB (1,987,512 bytes) No changelog at time of posting.
  12. Error: Can't open .torrent file

    @Brandy Down Under Migalis did say Bit Comet worked though(!)
  13. Configuration of uTorrent 2.01

    2.01 is a bit of an oldie but try with a new settings.dat file: Exit uTorrent. Move both settings.dat and settings.dat.old to another location. Launch uTorrent and a new settings.dat should recreate itself. Does that help any?
  14. 3.5.x Beta

    3.5.3.44390 available: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:92CF887C42E26943DF597D31851315F3CF3A8E8D Binary size: 1.90 MB (2,000,568 bytes) No changelog at time of posting.
  15. sick and tired of automatic torrent selection

    I've seen similar on Windows XP, but I don't hear any beast clicking on anything though. Run uTorrent with Normal Window size (I have uTorrent set to be slightly smaller than Maximised). When I click the tray icon, of the 4 torrents I have, the bottom one is highlighted. When I click the Maximise button, the top top torrent is selected also. Additionally, deselect all torrents (i.e. non are highlighted) then click Maximise and the top torrent is auto-selected. Also happens if you deselect all then click Minimise (video of this here: http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?file_id=60906534742499521802 = .wmv file / 129 KB) Weird behaviour.