Zhial

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  1. Why developing both 3.2 RC, 3.2.1 Alpha and 3.3 Alpha at the same time?
  2. I upgraded to the latest version today and I have a few problems: 1. Torrent name isn't changed when the .torrent-file is downloaded (magnet links) 2. I get "Disk overloaded" all the time. 3. settings.dat sometimes becomes corrupt Downgraded to 27272 again and it works.
  3. For me, with 500 torrents, it worked in 45 minutes before the crash. No way to start it again. Note that I ran it sandboxed in Sandboxie.
  4. So now, no new 3.2 beta updates will be released? Will 3.2 never be more than beta?
  5. You sound too rudely, buddy... Haha, but it's true. I bet over 90 % of all µTorrent users are using the program to download "illegal" (copyrighted) music/film/games!
  6. Maybe because you live in the US? They can't prove ANYTHING without access to the HDD, at least not in my country. I am feeling sorry for all in the US. :cool:
  7. And that's why the most users use µTorrent; to download copyrighted material. And no, with crypted disk and VPN, you are safe.
  8. Are they? If so, I think µTorrent must must write some registry keys to work, and that's why UAC pops up...
  9. You must have administrator rights to install µTorrent.TNX' date=' you are right. Needs to install this program but I copied it to folder C:\Program Files (x86)\uTorrent\[/quote'] The uTorrent.exe you can download from here (www.utorrent.com) are the installation file, not the "real" uTorrent.exe in the %ProgramFiles%\uTorrent\.
  10. You must have administrator rights to install µTorrent.
  11. No, not if you have 3.1.2 now
  12. Make sure your settings.dat is not large. If it's more than like 100kb or so' date=' then you should delete it + .old before starting up uT.[/quote'] How do I go about doing that? Where can I find settings.dat and that .old file? How are those significant in uTorrent? %APPDATA%\Roaming\uTorrent
  13. No. You see, I am sitting waiting for an acceptable, relatively bug free relese of μTorrent.