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Old 2004-08-15, 17:45   Link #1
R3dEX
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Yellow light

ok, i have yahoo dsl but my speed has never gotten higher than 25kb. And the light is always yellow. never turn green b4 and i've tried all of the solutions, turning off firewall, opening ports and idont have a router so i dont have to worry about that
Can someone help????
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Old 2004-08-15, 17:50   Link #2
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Are you by chance using Windows XP and have the in-built firewall activated (willingly or not?)
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Old 2004-08-15, 17:55   Link #3
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yeah i'm using xp
but i dont know if i have a built in firewall but i turned the firewall where you have to go to the network connections to disable it
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Old 2004-08-16, 00:55   Link #4
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That is probably referring to the Windows XP firewall. Just to make sure I created a picture to illustrate it. Click on the thumbnail for the full sized version:
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Old 2004-08-18, 15:53   Link #5
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Yeah thats it, i disabled it
but nothin happen
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Old 2004-08-18, 17:50   Link #6
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What about the Windows XP SP2? (Service Pack 2) If you installed that update look here Final Release of SP2 Discussion/FAQ's. Unfortunately it will cause trouble with BitTorrent because it will only allow a maximum of 10 TCP/IP connections as well as re-enabling the firewall when it is installed.
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Old 2004-08-20, 20:35   Link #7
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I dont know about that but is there any other ways you can help?
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Old 2004-08-20, 22:49   Link #8
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im having that same problem! >.< and its annoying me. the downloads take FOREVER. my light USED to turn green. but lately it hasnt turned green it's been staying on yellow. is it the server or something? i've tried anything i could think of. and i use xp pro. so i dont know if that makes any difference. =(
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Old 2004-08-21, 00:13   Link #9
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I don't think the Windows XP SP2 has been released yet, but besides the XP firewall, it could be that your ISP has a firewall built in, or you have some firewall software (but I'm sure you'd know about that)
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Old 2004-08-21, 00:39   Link #10
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I don't think the Windows XP SP2 has been released yet, but besides the XP firewall, it could be that your ISP has a firewall built in, or you have some firewall software (but I'm sure you'd know about that)
Just a little comment of SP2 not being released. It is released but it isnt for the main stream user yet. I guess they are waiting for compliants and fixing unexpected bugs.
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