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Old 07-26-2010, 04:00 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Interesting "folding vs network" problem.

also you can try to re install the client, this time, turning OFF any firewall protection u have including windows, then once installation is complete you can reactivate the firewall. also, i would try and connect it o an ethernet port for dedicated folding, wont have to worry about ip changes or jumps in connections.
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I'll try that tomorrow if I find the time before class I'll update on its status once im done but for now I need some sleep
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alright good luck!
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Default Re: Interesting "folding vs network" problem.

Yha, you might be freezing the network with a firewall.

I use avast free and win firewall and never had an issue, or with an older avg.

You probably need to stick a exception in the resident sheild too.
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Yha, you might be freezing the network with a firewall.

I use avast free and win firewall and never had an issue, or with an older avg.

You probably need to stick a exception in the resident sheild too.

that too.
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