Could you explain what the fix was? What other steps can I take to resolve this matter? I still can not connect. I'm on a 50Mbps cable speed. 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. I will give you now the Solutions to these major errors and show you how to fix Utorrent not downloading. All other programs seem to be working fine, with the exception of Clash Of Clans on my Android phone, which will not load over wifi. I've been using BitTorrent for years now.
Is it possible to have my computer invaded and someone be doing this to mess with me? So just try to find out the real cause or just follow these solutions until the error is fixed. Sometimes it goes to Downloading. 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. I haven't tried other clients, so I can't say whether the problem is related to qBitTorrent or to my connection. I have also a Tutorial Video on how to fix Vuze not downloading by using a Free Proxy, same method can work also for the Utorrent program.
I have checked online for solutions but to no avail. Let me give you a bit of history really quick. They are on different internet connections which do not seem to be crippling BitTorrent. I'm lost as to what to do next. Somebody started downloading and qBittorrent started downloading from them. Well, it is absolutely possible that the peers are picky and it's not qBittorrent's fault.
If they do manage to connect they download at like 2. So please, next time you encounter such anomaly, screenshot or just copy out the affected peers from both clients , mark which one cannot connect. 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've been having similar issues as above users have mentioned. It lets me know that I helped you guys out which is awesome. However, some problems and errors may occur before or after using these BitTorrent programs. As the time passes by, the Seeds decrease and the Torrent file becomes dead and impossible to download especially with 0 seeds.
I have even tried going back to an old version of utorrent, that did not fix the problem, i used other torrent clients, same problem. I'm using Kaspersky Internet Security. It seems many are having a similar problem, as do I. But Seeker2's comment suggests it's somehow related to qBitTorrent. See attached screen prints for some views of the network.
My torrents have worked for about 2 weeks and have downloaded fine, but a few days ago, whenever i try to download a torrent, it always stays stuck at connecting to peers. Just yesterday I noticed my torrents were stuck at 0 progress and not connected to any peers whatsoever. Everything says either Connecting to Peers or Finding Peers. I even opened the port 6881 on router and it's still not connecting. Then it completed, and the datarate drops to zero until that peer completes the next piece and passes it on to me.
It happens often, and then starts to work out of nowhere, now it's not working. Only two of the four sites that I use are allowing me to seed. I never opened port 6881 and torrents connected to peers and downloaded normally ever since I downloaded 1. If we knew what the file was and if it were legal of course we could help. However some Antiviruses such as Norton do not allow such permissions.
I wasn't able to connect to sole seeder on private tracker and asked ppl to help download and seed to me. My firewall allows utorrent but cannot figure out if I need to allow something else through the firewall. So does anyone have a clue what i could try? Please help soon, this is going to give me a stroke! The problem child is a computer named KenThink a ThinkPad T410. I had to use a back up torrent downloader, until Utorrent can address and fix the problem. I installed the bittorrent apkg and rebooted several times. Software I have raised some networking issues in other threads but feel it best to start another one as the problem seems to be becoming clearer.
And I already used all sort of anti-virus or Malware remover. The MalwareBytes is a secondary Antivirus that can work with your Primary Antivirus to give you the best protection against any malware or virus. I don't doubt the problem is on my computer, some setting out of place, but what? But i am having problems with slackware as well, but only sometimes. BitTorrent Clients such as uTorrent or Vuze are very helpful to download and share files among Internet users as far as the files are legal of course. I have used uTorrent for a few years now and this issue started a couple days ago. So I'm downloading the file using that peer as a repeater station or middleman.