At first my specs were 1 core 2 duo processor 2 asus mother board 3 2gb ram on windows 7 32 bit the utorrent was working properly then my specs 1 4gb ram 2 i3 4130 processor 3 intel board db85fl and the os win 7 64 bit the this problem started occuring. My only solution was to go to the Application Data folder, then Bittorrent, and delete settings. One last thing, this may be totally unrelated but. . I have changed the prefrences settings multiple times and it doesn't do anything. Well, I am getting tired of these solutions that only work until the next day.
Um wow those kind of torrents aren't my cup of tea. I also use Sprint and haven't been able to download for nearly 3 weeks. I have not had any problems with any other games. This has been going on for several days and I can't figure out how to fix it. In my case 15 was too little and I had to restore it to the original 150, even it 15 worked with previous versions of the program. And it dawned on me that it could be from there.
I had tried everything on the internet from deleting resume. Today I reistalled Windows 7 and installed nothing else. If it is so please check your internet connection. This is strange, since the value was 15 for years, I think. If it says 0 seeds then no one is seeding the torrent so you have no one to download the torrent from.
Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date 2 Mar 19, 2018 2 Jul 30, 2017 1 May 23, 2017 3 Mar 6, 2017 3 Oct 5, 2016 1 Sep 20, 2016 1 Aug 10, 2016 1 May 25, 2016 3 Sep 26, 2015 8 Sep 8, 2015 2 Sep 3, 2015 1 Apr 26, 2015 3 Apr 19, 2015 1 Jan 12, 2015 4 Jan 10, 2015 1 Nov 10, 2014 5 Nov 8, 2014 3 Nov 8, 2014 1 Oct 8, 2014 7 Jul 17, 2014. An aggressive solution is to remove all of your torrents and readd them later. Please read over the rules before contributing. To finish up and start downloading the. Bittorrent needs a lot of connections: to find peers, to download and upload stuff, to open new connections in order to find the faster one, etc. I just started having this issue and came across this post through a google search.
Not sure what happened 3 weeks ago with my setup but this appears to have remedied my problem. Not sure if this is related to my torrent problem at all but thought I would mention it. I've been torrenting for 10 years and I've never had this problem before. I've used mutliple different torrents many with 1000+ seeders. For trackers with open signup: or. I recently had this problem when trying to download anime from bakabt.
I've been downloading torrents for years now without a problem and then this just started randomly happening a week or two ago. I even opened the port 6881 on router and it's still not connecting. This solution is wierd but it worked for me. I assume I was thinking I needed it set in order to run through a vpn. Save all your ongoing downloads, remember all the relevant settings - like download folder -, stop Bittorrent, go to your user's Application Data folder and remove the settings. Sometimes you want to minimize the number of connections Bittorrent makes because your provider gives you only a limited connection pool. Would anyone be able to offer some insight? I tried qBittorrent, still didn't work.
The thing is P2P sharing software or Bittorrent clients require specific port forwards because windows Firewall blocks any suspicious activity or ports which it deems potentially harmful. I'm using an Asus laptop, Windows 8. So I had this behaviour start up about 3 weeks ago, not sure exactly what caused it for me but the solution for me was pretty simple and right under my nose. Somehow, in a fog, while turning off ads, etc, in the advanced settings, I had checked vpn. I didn't change anything, didn't install any new security programs. I called Sprint and they also said they block nothing, and are blocking nothing. What website are you getting the torrents from? You will see a small arrow in the right corner on your task bar which face upword.
Hopefully this is the last time the problem appears. If you are having the same problem i was having it is because the Private tracker website wont allow certain versions of the torrent client itself. And 0 the total number of seedrs online seeding the torrent. Just yesterday bittorrent stopped connecting to peers altogether. I don't have a clear solution for this, in my case changing the configuration of the proxy and restarting both proxy and Bittorrent eventually solved it.
Bit vague but it's probably just the torrents since you said some torrents download fine. However a torrent of Linux Mint went through fine. Sometimes we need to reset the setting to take advantage of the new software settings. That's why there is a warning not to mess with the advanced settings! I saved links to another folder and that's when I noticed torrents connecting properly again. I uninstalled the bittorrent apgk and reinstalled it. Of equal annoyance, is a new torrent which the user knows is well seeded, yet for one reason or another it is impossible to connect to the tracker in order to complete the download. My uTorrent has been broken for a few days.
Alternatively try , , , , , , ,. But, do not forget to use the it will encrypt your peer to peer connection. I switch back to my broadband and it just sits at Connecting to peers 0. All is seems to do is prevent you from seeing any connections whether open or through a vpn. Edited September 10, 2016 by peterbuttler The thing is P2P sharing software or Bittorrent clients require specific port forwards because windows Firewall blocks any suspicious activity or ports which it deems potentially harmful. First of all I downloaded the. Make sure the value is not too small.