Any higher than that, and my wife gets pissed tat she can't web surf on her computer. Yes, the pieces normally should've gotten fetched by someone and distributed. ~ Now, I have a few questions. I still use utorrent as my main though, force of habit and more options, i guess, but on the phone, FrostWire is way better, especially for music. I guess I'll wait a few more days before doing anything drastic like re-install Windows 7 and starting from scratch.
Is it possible that there are simply no actual seeders left? I'm completely stumped why the existing torrent is working fine, but no new ones seem to. I have been torrenting for years and this one has stumped me. The comments on the page are of everyone getting to the same amount and getting stuck. They can sometimes interfere with torrent clients. I can't really say why that hasn't happened.
Comcast gives me such crappy upload bandwidth, that if I leave unlimited, everything tanks. Your speed is pretty normal as well, it should increase as you go along. The remote clients, seeing that you upload slowly, look for better alternatives. Simple I know but just checking. This is happening with all my torrents. It just happened suddenly everything was ok. Since a week, I'm unable to connect to seeds for torrents, and it only connects to peers.
First, make sure that uTorrent is updated to the latest version. Remember that each peer themselves is someone else running their own torrent client, they could be maxed out on connections or bandwidth so you're just queued up to try connecting to them later. Well, there seems to be a bit of confusion in this thread. Make sure that it points to opening uTorrent. First, make sure you're testing with a known good torrent. Also the generically states that bt clients play tit-for-tat games.
If that's the case shouldn't the peers that are already connected to the seeds be getting that file already and everyone trying to get those first? About the second post, the Opening Post is referring to an application, not a website, and to upload traffic to various other users of the program Also, maybe your internet service provider employs traffic shaping, but I've never heard of anyone completely restricting any type of traffic. I was watching a movie on it earlier and I clicked on something that I shouldn't have and all of the files stopped working! I have a few questions about the Port Forwarding and routers in general. Hi Loochery I have been using utorrent to download from btjunkie for quite a while with no probs. I've noticed that if I set a limit on upload stream when it's 98% done and I have to leave all day it'll throttle my download speed back to parallel the upload cap. I don't see why it wouldn't get pushed through to more people already. In the torrent list it says its connected to 0. People have gone so far as to invoke chaos theory as an explanation.
The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast. I tried creating an exception for utorrent in Windows firewall and even disabled the firewall entirely, but still the problem persists. It's still up to the seeds whether they can accept new connections they may be maxed out and whether they will send out the pieces that are requested. Due to this, the downloads usually don't start, and if it does, the downloads only happen from peers and not seeds. In the info pane of the torrent it says; Seeds: 0 of 114 connected 1 in swarm. Your network is properly configured'.
I'm not sure what this means — usually torrents start downloading in minutes, not days. Don't know if any other clients do it, though. So there wasn't anything pre-installed. I run into those issues every now and then and still can't figure out why. I have been torrenting for years and this one has stumped me.
Your upload is limited to below 50% of your upload bandwidth? Whenever i click on magnet links, it opens utorrent but the files within the torrent are never displayed even after waiting for hours. I use the built-in Windows Defender and Windows Firewall. I tested this with multiple torrents, some of them having 23,000 seeds. So I'm left looking for something possibly system or network related, to no avail at this stage. Transmission has been consistantly decent.