ForceDestroyer Posted March 30, 2008 Report Share Posted March 30, 2008 I have two errors that might be related. (Currently using µTorrent 1.7.7)1: µTorrent crashes frequently. I'm observing this for many versions and months now. I can't see any relations to other programs or activity on the computer really.2: I just came back to my PC, and found a Torrent Name (Yes, I'm talking about what is displayed under "Name" in the main Window) replaced by what first looks like a Chinese text. It actually is the Unicode representation of a text.Torrent Name is something like this:㸢猼䈺摯㹹甼䄺摤潐瑲慍灰湩浸湬㩳㵵產湲猺档浥獡甭湰⵰牯㩧敳癲捩㩥䅗䥎䍐湯敮瑣潩㩮∱ാ㰊敎剷浥瑯䡥獯㹴⼼敎剷浥瑯䡥獯㹴丼睥硅整湲污潐瑲㘾㌱㜳⼼敎䕷瑸牥慮偬牯㹴丼睥牐瑯捯汯吾偃⼼敎偷潲潴潣㹬丼睥湉整湲污潐瑲㘾㌱㜳⼼敎䥷瑮牥慮偬牯㹴丼睥湉整湲污汃敩瑮ㄾ㈹ㄮ㠶〮ㄮ㰶丯睥湉整湲污汃敩瑮㰾敎䕷慮汢摥ㄾ⼼敎䕷慮汢摥㰾敎偷牯䵴灡楰杮敄捳楲瑰潩㹮瑵牯敲瑮⼼敎偷牯䵴灡楰杮敄捳楲瑰潩㹮丼睥敌獡䑥牵瑡潩㹮㰰丯睥敌獡䑥牵瑡潩㹮⼼㩵摁偤牯䵴灡楰杮ാ㰊猯䈺摯㹹⼼㩳湅敶潬数ാช>Here's as much as I could get out of it, excuse possible inaccuracies:(WTF is the Forum doing to the longest line? It's cut off in the final forum post! Adding returns manually, originally, everything between the line of '<u:AddPortMapping' and '</s:Body>' was a single line without spaces or returns.)"><s:Body><u:AddPortMapping xmlns:u="urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:WANIPConnection:1"><NewRemoteHost></NewRemoteHost><NewExternalPort>61337</NewExternalPort><NewProtocol>TCP</NewProtocol><NewInternalPort>61337</NewInternalPort><NewInternalClient>192.168.0.16</NewInternalClient><NewEnabled>1</NewEnabled><NewPortMappingDescription>utorrent</NewPortMappingDescription><NewLeaseDuration>0</NewLeaseDuration></u:AddPortMapping></s:Body></s:Envelope>>To me, this looks like something for UPnP port mapping. I will now turn UPnP off, using manual port setup. Maybe then the crashes will stop, as the UPnP functions aren't called to spam their trash into random places in the program's memory. I don't know how many versions of µTorrent have been repeatedly crashing on me. I hope this is of help to find the source of the problem and finally get rid of it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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