To associate the current IP with your account Log out of your Demonoid account Clear your browser's cache & cookies Log in to Demonoid To check that Demonoid has your current IP, look in your profile.The last visit: should display a few seconds ago, like so~ Or you inadvertently downloaded and seeded a Demonoid tracked torrent from another site, unaware that the stats would be sent to the Demonoid tracker.Another possibility is the site may have a different IP associated with your account than the one you sent the "event=stopped" message with.
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Along with the features typical of contemporary Bit Torrent clients, it supports UPn P gateway configuration, bandwidth scheduling, Webseeding, selecting only certain files for download inside a torrent package, NAT traversal (removed in v.1.03), Initial-Seeding (Super-Seeding) and support for Magnet Links.
When downloading, Bit Comet gives you the option to prioritize the first and last portions of media files so that files may be previewed before they are completely downloaded.
If the server is unresponsive, slow, or overloaded, the "event=stopped" message which is required to update your stats may become lost.
Similarly, a faulty, experimental, or beta testing a client, may also cause your stats to be misreported.
It also has a "Preview Download Mode" in which all pieces of the torrent will be, basically, downloaded sequentially thus allowing the user to play a media file while downloading (provided that the downloading speed and piece availability stay ahead of playing bitrate).
Bit Comet also allows users to share their .torrent files, on a searchable P2P network, with other Bit Comet users through the torrent sharing feature, named "Torrent Share" in previous versions and renamed to "Torrent Exchange" since v.1.17.
If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.
If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.
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