No P2P connection

By Kilo.Dollar
Jan 2, 2007
  1. Background.
    I attempetd to install Spam Fighter. During the installation it asked to be allowed open ports for access to Bayesian database, or something to that effect. Before this I was able to connect onto P2P networks using Limewire and Soulseek etc.
    After this attempt, Spam Fighter froze, forcing me to restart my machine. Then, I could not connect to my P2P friends.
    After struggling for a week, I ended up reinstalling XP anew, and now I'm not sure how I can "renew" my love affair with P2P connections.
    I've had my IP settings set back to what they were before but still cannot connect. Firewall (XP) is disabled, current max concurrent half-open connections set @ 10,000,000.
    Anyone with assistance would be appreciated.
  2. Kevin16

    Kevin16 TS Rookie Posts: 92

    Maybe you should stop downloading illegal music and porn
  3. tomrca

    tomrca TS Rookie Posts: 1,000

    hi Kilo.Dollar.
    your best option at present is to follow this link, . follow all the instructions there.
    it is important that you rename hijack this, eg, hjt analyser 1991, and place it in it's own folder within docs or prog files, then post the log it will produce, wait for a reply. after you have followed the instructions and removed some of the problems you may well get back firewall and internet connections, but you must still post the log reqired
  4. Kilo.Dollar

    Kilo.Dollar TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I'm into games. I like neither porn nor music, Senor Kevin of limited intelligence.

    $1 000/
  5. Kilo.Dollar

    Kilo.Dollar TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Find attached the "Hijackthis" log.
    I have no idea what this is.

    $1 000/
  6. Kevin16

    Kevin16 TS Rookie Posts: 92

    Haha I was just kidding about that, but I'm pretty sure downloading games is illegal too ;)
  7. howard_hopkinso

    howard_hopkinso TS Rookie Posts: 24,177   +19

    Yes it is illegal.

    Techspot does not condone any form of piracy.

    Thread closed.
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