Some security programs block loopback connections for all programs on your computer unless an exception has been created within the security program.
A loopback connection is a connection where your computer talks to itself. An application will often utilize loopback connections in order to send messages to itself (for example, to see if a previous instance of the application is already running).
For example, if you are running Norton Antivirus, look for the Internet Worm Protection feature, and add FrostWire to the list of exceptions in that section.
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