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Bear share won't connect

Posted on 2009-07-10
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I have used bear share for a couple of years. I have recently swithched security software to eset. now, bear share won't connect. i have created a rule for bear share, rebooted, tried to open the port. nothing has worked. also, on eset, when adding the port, it did not list udp/tcp ports. any suggestions to get bear share to connect?
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Not exactly a solution.. but try re-installing or run an update
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you're right. not exactly a solution. i don't want ot pay for songs.
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