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  1. No. Since you didn't backup the appdata/user folder it is all gone and must be reset.
  2. As noted there is nothing anyone can do to help-factory reset wipes clean everything.
  3. Exactly this is beyond the scope of utorrent help. Contact the site you got the torrent from for support - since utorrent didn't create it. You seem to miss point of this forum is to help with utorrent internal software issues not with helping with torrents you download or use.
  4. unless it can be seen happening that will be hard to follow.
  5. Otherwise your ISP is throttle your torrent with TPB torrents and if that is the case there is nothing you can do about it nor can anyone on here help with.
  6. More like you have selected twice without looking before deleting.
  7. Did you ask the RSS feeder to help you configure the RSS feed?
  8. I think resetting your modem is hiding the real problem that it isn't the modem but your ISP that is the cause of it. Unfortunately such discussion will not be allowed here by the Rules and you will have to talk to your ISP about what your options are?
  9. Then contact PeerBlock for your block list help....this seems to be going beyond utorrent user to user help.
  10. Sounds like ISP throttle is what it sounds like does it go back to normal when you stop using utorrent in normal web browsing?
  11. I had Win7 with 300 torrents and had no issue closing down the app and when I went to Win10 with the same torrent migrated had no issues closing down the torrent as well. So I think your overloading your torrent of which is why it takes so long to close and could lead to errors trying to close when you exit. Maybe you should limit the amount that is active to see what happens when you close to find out where the problem is coming from.
  12. And that crash should've made a log file of the problem of which you need to look at to see where it is coming from.
  13. Look at my signature and that is what were talking about.
  14. Same here I been downloading torrents for years and have no problem besides dead torrents. So your explanation is very unclear as to the nature of the problems. Also did you consider your ISP throttle or killing off any torrent usage-they have every right to do this under your TOS.