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uTorrent causes host process for windows services to stop?

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by madmax2, Dec 21, 2010.

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  1. madmax2

    madmax2 Thread Starter

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    a few minutes after running uTorrent, i get the error message: host process for windows services stopped working(...)
    utorrent is still running though and continues to download. the internet slows down a tad too.
    windows explorer crashes frequently; after which it switches to windows classic, and i cant use the search bar; i cant do anything for which i need permission. It freezes up a lot too when i click on control panel or sumthing.
    I'm running windows vista 32-bit on a Dell Inspiron, with an 256gb ATI Radeon graphics card and 4gb of ram.
    Please help.
    thanks,
    Mad Max
     
  2. Byteman

    Byteman Gone but Never Forgotten

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    Hi, Sorry, but our site does not provide help with using any P2P apps. This is covered in our Rules >


    http://www.techguy.org/rules.html

    We have no way to verify whether anyone is using the P2P app legally or not. Therefore, we decided to not give any help
    with usage. You can discuss the problems P2P can bring you, and we certainly do help with removing the software or malware using P2P can bring you. I'm Closing the thread.
     
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