ddsniper Posted June 30, 2008 Report Share Posted June 30, 2008 Hello uTorrent users and moderations! I am going to cut to the chase, because I am really in a bind .About Me:I have usually been pretty keen in solving computer problems, and would best describe my computer experience as an "enthusiast and above an 'intermediate' level." With this in mind, please feel free to provide me with more technically based know how.Situation:I seem to be having a similar problem with uTorrent suddenly disrupting my internet browsing ability once uTorrent is open. Whether it is IE7 or Mozilla 3, open the browser after uTorrent is started causes browsing to almost cease. My home page of google takes a few minutes to load, and then other websites do the same thing. Similiarly, based on one of the other threads, once the google.com domain loads once I can browse and do searchs on google alone fine until I try to go to another site.Background information (hopefully I covered what you need, but feel free to ask for more information):Recently I updated to uTorrent 1.8 Beta Build 11140, from the previous beta build. I don't think it is a beta issue, rather something that was tweaked that finally showed a flaw in my configuration. Since then I have been having an issue with simultaneously browsing while downloading/uploading with uTorrent. Since the problem first occured, I tried uninstalling and reinstalling uTorrent 2 times (just the program), installed Azureus (thinking it was a uTorrent problem), and finally wiped the uTorrent settings out of the %APPDATA%\uTorrent folder to try and fix the issue. Azureus seemed to slow the computers browsing down, and clearing uTorrent's settings seemed to only fix the problem for roughly 30min. My Difference compared to other threads: The only way to resume normal browsing functions is to restart the entire computer. Closing uTorrent, logging off, and killing processes not needed for windows environment does not bring back browsing.System Specs:(deleted)I appreciate any help/advice on the matter. I hope I didn't ramble on, or fail to clarify anything.Thanks, dDSniper. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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