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I have windows xp.i downloaded prgrams,but when launched i get the message that another program is listening on that port.for instance i have utorrent downloaded it will launch but downloading don't start what can i do,i also det the program is being firewalled message.what can i do.

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Open utorrent click on the options tab/preferences/connection. Set the port number to any figure above 40000 and make sure the randomise port box is not checked.

You do not say which firewall you are using so I cannot tell you how to configure it.

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