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WSAEnumNetworkEvents error (10107)


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System call failure.

A system call that should never fail has failed. This is a generic error code, returned under various conditions.

Returned when a system call that should never fail does fail. For example, if a call to WaitForMultipleEvents fails or one of the registry functions fails trying to manipulate the protocol/namespace catalogs.

Returned when a provider does not return SUCCESS and does not provide an extended error code. Can indicate a service provider implementation error.

My guess is that it's a driver problem.

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  • 8 months later...

I have recently purchased a KillerNIC, and have noticed this error in the "logger", but I do know that with the software that comes with the KillerNIC, there are two modes "Game Mode" and "App Mode", in which the error only shows up in "Game Mode".

So, if you wish to avoid this error, just switch to "App Mode" ;)

The KillerNIC's are not your normal NIC due to their design. They are essentially miniature embedded systems running a Linux OS, and use the drivers to interface with the cards OS acting as a network card with the goals of bypassing Windows' networking stack and offloads the networking tasks to it's own CPU to allow for smoother and/or faster networking with a QoS type system.

P.S. I'd be happy to test any betas or ideas to possible solutions to this if the development team feel it solvable, although I wouldn't be surprised if it would be fixed in later driver versions.

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To Unit54987,

Are there actually any seeds?

Peers are just people who don't have the full file or files from the torrent, where seeds are people who have all of it.

Without seeds, you can't download more than what the other peers have, and you would just come to a stop.

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I'd suggest to either just keep waiting as seeds will have a limit on the amount of peers they upload to at the same time.

And depending on the amount of seeds available compared to peers, it could take some time before you are connected to a seeder.

Otherwise you could just look for another source of the file(s).

If you think it could be a problem with uTorrent, settings or some other configuration issue you could try another download with more seeds than peers.

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