Thanks in advance for your help, Radj. It's a new problem and persists on all torrent trackers I try. I'm guessing that's normal Yes, that is what is supposed to happen. I don't have a router so port forward isn't an issue. Everything you have done sounds right. For me it was because at one point I had set up Tor as a proxy for my torrents the internet will tell you why this is a bad idea — , but had never reset uTorrent.
For more help we will need more informations like your Router or Modems make and model. Why are torrents so dangerous and One Click Hoster are not? The support on this forum doesn't come across as a whole lot better than the , sorry to say. I'm not in the mood for runarounds either. . We are a thriving community dedicated to helping users old and new understand and use torrents.
For the record, I'm on Windows 7. So I went back in and made sure again- it is. Once I raise concerns it works as it should, for a while anyway. We only have a few, but they are important. What you must understand is that he may have payed a lot of money for his package, and to be told to change it to another program will cost him more money, and just dishearten him.
My utorrent is not connecting to any tracker. I've do many tutorials to fix as is possible, and nothing work. Before the reinstall still on µTorrent 2. But all Torrents from Private Trackers is disabled in the torrent. Well, in that case there is not much you can do. Your reported speeds are very odd. Sometimes you just have a torrent that isn't very popular and it might take days or even weeks before it is finished.
Trackers and local peers are working fine. It was also a clean install, through which the problem persisted. If you've seen the film 'Alien', I think the little chest bustin beasty's name was norton and, as in the film, the host contracted as serious case of death shortly afterwards. That's because the users that cause that appearance come across as people who require teeth to be individually pulled by hand without anesthetic in order to get usable information out of them. If the above contains any flaw, feel free to tell me, and if I have done or said anything wrong, I apolagise, if there are severe gramatical, spelling, typographical errors, I apolagise for that aswell, it is a long post, and I have tried my best to check it through.
Can you please post some screenshots of the settings? Well, this is not the bug report forum, and some other thread said to provide logfiles on request, so don't act too surprised about it. Although I have suggested he change Norton already, I never meant it whole heartedly, it was just there as part of an escape plan. Are you using a software firewall? I am currently using uTorrentPlus 3. I don't have PeerGuardian, all uTorrent related stuff are allowed in Windows Firewall, tried to download MetaLinks from OpenOffice, but when i click download, the webpage is not available, or i get a bunch of text, and i even tried deleting dht. As for slots per torrent, I didn't really know what to set there, so I left it at standard.
I close utorrent from the taskbar, and re-open it. Have you tried force re-announcing to trackers? Would not have been posting if that guide worked. My downloading starts whenever I see any of the two marks. Hope this will be of assistance. I added a torrent to see what the Tracker tab says. After all that scanning and removal your comp should have got rid of some spyware, etc.
What other type of security software do you use besides the Windows firewall? The only time anything ever popped up was for updates that never successfully completed. It will share your passkey, enabling other people to download torrents masquerading as you. I thought this was overrun by global connections though. I went to Preferences — Connections Utorrent and saw the port for incoming connections was fixed at 50806, with the box for RandomizePort each Start unchecked — so I checked it. The torrent links from Depthstrike.
This seems to be a utorrent issue? As for values of various other stuff: if you're interested in any, just request it and I'll post. I also made sure to add uTorrent to the exceptions list in Windows Firewall. I assume you're not using any proxies or anything. Shame, since will make some torrents impossible to use. There you will have to setup a rule to fully allow Torrent traffic.
The torrents worked until a few days back and I have already a part of the file. Your reported speeds are very odd. I often have a bunch of torrents that only get bits of data from random users once in a while, and sometimes it rushes through a batch of data. Interpreting the results a Its basic, if you got good speeds with Norton running, then the torrents you were trying before may have been unseeded torrents, bad torrents, or somehting. Both errors can have two problems: 1. I have read elsewhere that there should be some kind of indicator, but I do not have one there, it's only the two indicators on the bottom. The entire laptop isn't actually capable with Windows 7, but seemingly only the fingerprint-sensor software doesn't work.