ALso, you seem to be missing some of the info that Speccy puts out. If you look at your Speccy report vs one I just did. In the network section you are missing something that looks like this:
Bluetooth Device (Personal Area Network)
Broadcom 802.11ac Network Adapter #2
IP Address: 192.168.1.xxx
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway server: 192.168.1.xxx
DNS Server: 209.18.47.xxx
Killer e2200 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet Controller (NDIS 6.20) #2
Network Shares Users:
Current TCP Connections
Please run it again, make sure your computer is online and connected.
RIGHT CLICK AND RUN IT AS ADMINISTRATOR PLEASE
Copy and paste the Network info for me again, or the whole log.
Yours should look similar to what I provided above. We need to be sure that your online and that your DNS and IPs are matching up.
Do you use DHCP or Static IPs?
Lastly, get online so you can use the internet. Turn off bitdefender and see if your Utorrent runs. If it does then Bitdefender is blocking torrents. To get around this
- Go into Utorrent and select a Port range for it to run at (e.g. 5000-6000)
- In Bitdefender whitelist this port range. Reboot and see if it still works. ( remember this has its own risks for when not using Utorrent disable whitelist in bitdefender)
- Look in the Firewall for the Ports that are blocked
- Look at your windows home groups. Leave all your home groups, then plug in via ethernet to your router and configure it again. This could be the issue. Meaning you turned off a file sharing in Home Group, or changed the password and its trying to connect with a password that no longer exists.
Overall, can you tell me what happened before this started? Did you add bitdefender then it stopped working? Or something else.
Remember, if you want use the windows system restore points to take you back in time to before this was going on. That is the fastest way to fix this. Just save any new files from the last restore point before the issues and now, before you do this.
Edited by czarboom, 05 May 2014 - 01:12 AM.