I changed the value back to 150 and it started downloading immediately! I have disabled my Avast Antivirus, disabled Windows Firewall, and still no connection. Now for the original post: Update again : While resetting the settings did solve my problem temporarily, I had the same problem the next day as well. I've used mutliple different torrents many with 1000+ seeders. Please read over the rules before contributing. As the time passes by, the Seeds decrease and the Torrent file becomes dead and impossible to download especially with 0 seeds. I'm using an Asus laptop, Windows 8. This is the first thread I've been able to find on this topic and you have no idea what a relief it is to find I'm not the only person having this issue.
I didn't change anything, didn't install any new security programs. I've got qBittorrent version 4. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. . Honestly i faced this problem in 2014 and i tried almost all the solutions but none of them worked for me. Sorry if this is a relatively easy problem, I'm not tech-saavy.
This solution is wierd but it worked for me. I tried a lot of things, but none worked until I found an obscure forum asking about a proxy server. For trackers with open signup: or. Try to download other torrent files for the test that are not on your list and give it 10 minutes time. Things were working well until yesterday afternoon - my download speed started dropping and it was not a problem with my internet connection as far as I could tell, though I am guessing that it was the program that interfering with my ability to browse and stream music on the internet.
Not sure if this is related to my torrent problem at all but thought I would mention it. Hopefully this is the last time the problem appears. To finish up and start downloading the. So please, next time you encounter such anomaly, screenshot or just copy out the affected peers from both clients , mark which one cannot connect. Similar problem at qBitTorrent forums: Issues connecting to peers while seeding I often observe the same behavior: On a specific torrent, at this moment, qBitTorrent reports 0 2 seeds and 1 2 peers.
That one peer it's connecting to is obviously downloading the file at this very time at a slow rate from one or both of those seeders qBitTorrent can't connect to, and every two minutes or so he completes a piece of the file, and I then get that piece it from him at a fast download rate. At times it doesn't work and it's irritating. My Firewall is not blocking uTorrent also. So I'm downloading the file using that peer as a repeater station or middleman. Make sure the value is not too small. I recently had this problem when trying to download anime from bakabt.
Welcome to the torrents subreddit. 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. I spoke with my isp and asked them outright if they were blocking bittorrent and they said no, they don't block it at all. I have not had any problems with any other games. When i used Vuze and changed some advanced settings, the problem was fixed and i could finally start downloading my torrent files. I've been downloading torrents for years now without a problem and then this just started randomly happening a week or two ago. After restarting Bittorrent you will have a fresh set of settings, so change them to what you need and reload the list of torrents that you saved.
I think that the issue is with the bit torrent itself. I even started in Safe Mode and it still would not work. Please help soon, this is going to give me a stroke! What website are you getting the torrents from? What happened next was exactly what's happened with the previous dozen or so torrents: it starts as usual. I have been watching this many times, on differnet torrents, and my computer with qBitTorrent just absolutely cannot connect to many seeds and peers that are obviously online and delivering data to others. I then restarted BitTorrent and things got even worse, as speeds never picked back up and I wasn't actively downloading anything. I have changed the prefrences settings multiple times and it doesn't do anything.
My port is open and even if the firewall is disabled, this still happens. And it dawned on me that it could be from there. The weird thing is that, while it worked, the software also looked quite different from what I was used to. I uninstalled the bittorrent apgk and reinstalled it. I installed the bittorrent apkg and rebooted several times.
However, some problems and errors may occur before or after using these BitTorrent programs. I tried playing around with the preferences: number of connections, etc. However a torrent of Linux Mint went through fine. An aggressive solution is to remove all of your torrents and readd them later. I have also tried to use different trackers but still the same thing.
I hope this post will help you to fix the problem of Utorrent not downloading, if it does help you please comment below and tell me which solution worked for you. After disabling peerblock, avast, my router's firewall, and a few other things, I read this forum thread. Code: Scrape error: Error parsing response The network configuration was the first thing I've checked. Antivirus Firewall If you use a good Antivirus, usually the Antivirus will take control over your Windows Firewall. 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. I have been working on this all morning. 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.