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"Not Conntable (!)" Problem. Slow Speeds.

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Ok, I am not sure if its my firewall that is in my modem/router. Here is everything you could want to know. I have that little red circle with the ! at the bottom of my program. Heres what I have done so far: :stretches fingers:....

---EVERYTHING you've tried so far, including ANYTHING listed below

Well what I have done so far is here at this post:


---Color of the network status light in µTorrent's status bar.

I am assuming its that middle symbol? I have a yellow triangle at first then it turns red.

---What the port checker from the Speed Guide writes.

Says the Port isn't open. I've tried so many random ports I give up! I followed the guide to a T. Its simple. Is there a way to find out what Ports are open?!?!?

---What the Speed Guide shows your settings to be?

Here you go:


---Security software installed:

NAV (06 or 07)

Spy Sweeper

Counter Spy

Ewido (not on)

Spybot (not on)

Windows Firewall (not on)

Modem/Router has a built in firewall thingy with software.

None of them I have ever told to block UTorrent. And yes I have even turned restart the pc with them off (except the SBC router) and tried.

---Exact router model(s), and exact modem model.

2Wire 2701HG-B


SBC (now AT&T?)

---Connection type.

DSL, this speed:


---Your list of running processes.

System Idle Process 0 94.03

Interrupts n/a Hardware Interrupts

DPCs n/a Deferred Procedure Calls

System 4

smss.exe 744 Windows NT Session Manager Microsoft Corporation

csrss.exe 888 Client Server Runtime Process Microsoft Corporation

winlogon.exe 928 Windows NT Logon Application Microsoft Corporation

services.exe 976 2.99 Services and Controller app Microsoft Corporation

ati2evxx.exe 1136 ATI External Event Utility EXE Module ATI

svchost.exe 1148 Generic Host Process for Win32 Services Microsoft

svchost.exe 1264 Generic Host Process for Win32 Services Microsoft

svchost.exe 1328 Generic Host Process for Win32 Services Microsoft

svchost.exe 1396 Generic Host Process for Win32 Services Microsoft

svchost.exe 1532 Generic Host Process for Win32 Services Microsoft

CCSETMGR.EXE 1784 Symantec Settings Manager Service Symantec

SNDSrvc.exe 1800 Network Driver Service Symantec Corporation

SPBBCSvc.exe 1824 SPBBC Service Symantec Corporation

CCEVTMGR.EXE 384 Symantec Event Manager Service Symantec

spoolsv.exe 688 Spooler SubSystem App Microsoft Corporation

AluSchedulerSvc.exe 1324 Automatic LiveUpdate Scheduler Service Symantec

CTsvcCDA.EXE 1488 Creative Service for CDROM Access Creative Technology Ltd

guard.exe 1384 ewido anti-spyware guard Anti-Malware Development a.s.

svchost.exe 1624 Generic Host Process for Win32 Services MS

NAVAPSVC.EXE 1772 Norton AntiVirus Auto-Protect Service Symantec

PQV2iSvc.exe 1944 Service Module Symantec Corporation

NPFMNTOR.EXE 2096 Norton AntiVirus Firewall Install Monitor Symantec

SBCSSvc.exe 2264 Scan Service Sunbelt Software

StarWindService.exe 2512 StarWind iSCSI Target (Alcohol Edition) RDS

svchost.exe 2576 Generic Host Process for Win32 Services MS

WRSSSDK.exe 2632 Spy Sweeper SDK Webroot Software, Inc.

symlcsvc.exe 3056 Symantec Core Component Symantec Corporation

UAService7.exe 3104 SecuROM UAS (V7). Sony DADC Austria AG.

MsPMSPSv.exe 3188 WMDM PMSP Service Microsoft Corporation

wmpnetwk.exe 3252 Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service MS

WorldNewsService.exe 3336

alg.exe 2188 Application Layer Gateway Service MS

lsass.exe 988 LSA Shell (Export Version) Microsoft Corporation

ati2evxx.exe 1416 ATI External Event Utility EXE Module ATI

explorer.exe 1716 Windows Explorer Microsoft Corporation

2portalmon.exe 2076 1.49 HomePortal Monitor Application by 2Wire Engineering

SpySweeper.exe 2124 Spy Sweeper Client Executable

CCAPP.EXE 2156 Symantec User Session Symantec Corporation

SBCSTray.exe 2276 Tray Application Sunbelt Software

SetPoint.exe 2436 Logitech SetPoint Event Manager (UNICODE)

KHALMNPR.EXE 2840 Logitech KHAL Main Process Logitech Inc.

procexp.exe 12924 1.49 Sysinternals Process Explorer Sysinternals

MOM.exe 2940 Catalyst Control Center: Monitoring program ATI

CCC.exe 3028 Catalyst Control Centre: Host application ATI

firefox.exe 10716 Firefox Mozilla Corporation

---Basic computer hardware.

2.0 GHZ (Pentium 4)

X850 XT (Radeon)

1 Gig Ram (Samsung)

Win Xp (SP2)

80 & 250 Gig HD (WD)

Sound Blaster Audigy

450 Power Supply (Antec)

Plextor DVD/CD Writer

Sony DVD/CD Player


2.1 Speakers (yep, 2.1)

--"Patched TCPIP.sys and restarted computer after patching? (Assumes you are using Windows XP w/ SP2)"

I download up to about 50K. I know I can do better because when I download outside of the program I can get up to a few hundred K.

My last thought is its something with my router/modem thingy and its built in firewall or however it works? Maybe its because I download popular things?

I must say I am NOT....NOT a uber geek. So if you tell me something explain it. I get games, I get pcs. But when it comes to networking, Ips, ports....etc I am totally lost and get easily confused.

Thx for any help you can give!

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Not sure I can uninstall them. There vital to keeping out the wonderful crap the world wants to give me. :) Although I am getting a new computer in a few months, maybe then I can see how BT runs without anything on it.

Got some questions though if you think its that software....

1. Is there any way to start the computer without the programs on at all to test it instead of uninstalling them?

2. Is this most likely the cause?

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Most of those are after-the-fact cleanup programs. Especially SpyBot Seek and Destroy. Uninstall it, test, and reinstall the latest version.

Your router is your firewall, configure it well. As far as µTorrent is concerned, you only need the 1 incoming port forwarded. I even added total blocks of certain ports on my router so nothing from those ports "leaks" to the internet for any reason. ...all my LAN hard-drive sharing ports. 129-139, 445, and 17300. Not a bad idea to block most recent virus ports too.

A good hosts file can go a ways towards protecting you while surfing too. Also disabling Active X and java scripts...as annoying as many websites will be after that, at least you're alot safer!

Keeping windows updated as well all its components and other programs is probably the most important security fix you can ever do.

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