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Old 2006-04-23, 21:44   Link #1
Riria
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Old version of BitComet is better than the new?

I downloaded BitComet v.64 to replace the version I already have, v.56 because v.56 is too old and it won't download some files. but when I used it to download it was going incredibly SLOW! Talking 1kb/s! I used it to download other files and found out my old version is actually doing better than the new one! Old v: 17kb/s New v: 2kb/s. Why? Is it cause my computer is bad and it wasn't able to support the newer version?

Help me...
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Old 2006-04-23, 22:09   Link #2
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switch to another client, azureus if youve got the muscle and utorrent if you havent been to the gym in your life.
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Old 2006-04-23, 22:09   Link #3
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What kind of connection do you have?
Post back with Results from this Site.
http://www.dslreports.com/stest (Choose a server near you)

Did you Portforward the ports you selected to use in BitComet's options?


Purple All the clients are based on a simular Protocal... If he has problems with one, he'll probably have problems with others.
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Old 2006-04-24, 07:15   Link #4
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Purple All the clients are based on a simular Protocal... If he has problems with one, he'll probably have problems with others.
Perhaps, but bitcomet didn't play by the rules when it implemented BT.

It made a BitTorrent-Compatible implementation, rather than a BitTorrent implementation.
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Old 2006-04-24, 08:30   Link #5
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However quite a few use bitComet .64.
I've never seen that many complaints with it...
So its probably on his end.
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