Dan_Alex Posted September 3, 2010 Report Share Posted September 3, 2010 I recently upgraded from utorrent 1.8.5 to 2.04, and at the same time, my computer has become slugish, with utorrent using way to much cpu (but not memory). Also, just some seconds after utorrent 2.04 starts running, it starts downloading some strange files into my user account 'temp files' folder (see image below). As if this wasn't enough, these files I mentioned are downloaded at my CONNECTION maximum speed (28mbps), and even if I try to set a DL limit on uTorrent, it won't change anything. I think this is the reason utorrent uses so much cpu, causing the overall computer slowdown. Eventually, after some time, my hard disk becomes completely full, unless i manually delete these mysterious files.I looked for similar problems on the forums and i found just one post resembling my own, although I can't tell if it's the same problem. It presented no solution to my problem. I even tried to downgrade to 1.8.5 (I know you frown upon this behavior, but I was desperate), but the problem persisted (now I was freaking out). I reinstalled 2.04 and tried changing some options, like disk cache and read/write cache, but to no avail. Unless you can help me finding a solution to this akward problem, I will regrettably have to change to another bitorrent aplication, since I am such a fan of uTorrent and never had a single problem with it. Please help me...http://www.traduzsimples.50webs.com/Jeronimus_Page/Imagens/tempfiles.jpg http://www.traduzsimples.50webs.com/Jeronimus_Page/Imagens/utorrentatmaxspeed.jpgclick on img to see it fullsizeSystem specs:Pentium4 2,6GHz, 1GB Ram;Router: THOMSON TG784 (ports are open, never had a problem);Conection: DL-28mbps | UL-2,6mbpsAV/firewall: KIS 220.127.116.113 (never had any problem with it);OS: WinXP SP3 (fully updated);Haven't changed anything in my system prior to upgrading to uTorrent 2.04;If you need any other information, please ask away... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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