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If the number of seeders and peers for the torrent file is small, or the seeds go offline temporarily, your download speed will be slow. So you might want to choose files with more seeders when downloading.

First, I used uTorrent's search function, and I tried to download a particular torrent that I found while uTorrent was running. However, the torrent turned out to be an Ares Ultra torrent, not a uTorrent torrent. Instead of having the torrent download properly, a folder icon with the incomplete torrent appeared on my desktop. Since it was no good I tried to delete it. At first it was hard to delete, but I eventually did it...or so I thought. The next time I logged onto my name the same empty folder that contained the incomplete torrent appeared on my desktop. I can easily delete it but every time I log onto my name that same folder appears on my desktop. Plus, I also tried to dowload another Ares Ultra torrent while uTorrent was running, but when I was asked what I would like to do before downloading it, instead of clicking open, like the first time, I clicked save and the torrent didn't dowload propertly. Now, there's this crappy torrent in this folder on my desktop that won't delete at all. Every time I try to delete it, I get an error message that says, "The action can't be completed because the folder is open in another program. Close the folder and try again." What programs could possibly still be running even when I've close everything and shut down the computer. Any help with this will be greatly appreciated. Please help me get out of the mess that I'm in.

I'd recommend downloading Process Explorer from and using search for that folder/file name. Then see if you can stop the process using it and then delete it? Also uninstall any other torrent client which doesn't allow uTorrent to keep your file associations intact.

Have you spent hours searching for a torrent file, but the uTorrent client refused to download it? Does uTorrent fail to connect to peers when you initiate the download process, which is annoying you? Many factors could contribute to this issue, ranging from the torrent file you use to issues with the uTorrent client. How can we figure out what the problem is?

uTorrent often fails to download files and gets stuck on connecting to peers due to interference from your antivirus, your ISP blocking torrent downloads, incorrect uTorrent client settings, or the torrent file itself is dead. What should you do to fix this issue?

To fix uTorrent not downloading files or getting stuck on connecting to peers, you can whitelist uTorrent in Windows Firewall or your antivirus settings, unblock restrictions set by your ISP, fix issues with trackers, enable a VPN, or tweak the uTorrent client settings. When everything else fails, switching to another torrent client is always possible.

Perhaps the problem may not lie with your uTorrent client but with the torrent file itself, preventing your torrent client from starting the download process. To rule out this possibility, download another torrent file and see if it works this time.

If it does, the problem lies with the torrent file. For this reason, you should search for another torrent file on torrent websites to download the content you want. Once you have found the working torrent file, you should be able to download files using uTorrent successfully.

While changing your ISP provider is the best solution, especially if you download torrent files frequently, hiding BitTorrent traffic is a quick fix if you don't want to use that route. Thanks to uTorrent, you can easily do that with just one click.

There may be a problem with some torrent tracker servers that cannot keep track of available seeds and peers, resulting in peers getting stuck on connecting. Therefore, you should rule out tracker issues. To do this, select the file that is stuck on downloading and go to the Trackers tab.

Hopefully, applying the above fixes will resolve the halted download or peers stuck on connecting issues on uTorrent. If these fixes do not work and uTorrent fails to download a particular file, you can switch to another torrent client. You can try qBittorrent, Tixati, and Transmission, some of the best alternatives to uTorrent.

You can bypass torrent blocking by simply switching to a different port. Set your port manually to either 80 or 8080. You will have to deactivate UPnP and NAT PMP. However, this bypass torrent blocking method will introduce slow download speeds.

A seedbox works as an intermediator between the torrent website and your devices. Seedboxes are services for hire, they let you download/upload anonymously. You can use seedboxes to bypass torrent blocking.

Torrent2exe is another method to bypass torrent blocking. Where one of our previous solutions converted torrent files into .txt format, Torrent2exe converts torrent files into .exe format, allowing them to be downloaded easily.

I have been using utorrent for many years. To my surprise, I found it had disappeared from my computer. After some investigation, I found it had been put into Quarantine by Windows Security. I managed to update permissions, and put the program in as an Allowed Threat. However, I still could not get it to run. When I ran it, a popup came with the message: 7-Zip: Access Denied, and a Windows warning - potentially unwanted program blocked. I just could not find any way to get it running again.ALSO - separately - I could not connect to sites to download the utorrent or bittorent programs - these sites are flagged as having insecure corrections, and the browser will not allow connections to them - but, given the issue I am having, I dont think it would help to download and re-install the program.

The whole bittorrent logic is based on dividing the data files to even-sized pieces, typically 256 kB, 512kB, 1MB or 2 MB. And then the pieces are further divided into 16 kB blocks. Clients request/send the blocks, but maintain download correctness assessment (checksums) based on full pieces. If you look Files details tab of torrent's details, you will notice that for each file there is listed the number of first piece and the number of pieces.

In this video, we learn how to use an ISO file after downloading a torrent. First, download Daemon Tools from Daemon Tools. After you install this on your computer, open it up. Then, find your ISO file and mount it through your computer. When you use the Daemon Tools, make sure it finishes downloading before you open it up. After you un-mount the disk to your computer, you will be able to open it up through your computer. This should work within just a few minutes and will help you open up your ISO files without any problems.

Instead of downloading a file from a single server, with BitTorrent you download pieces of that file from other users across the globe who have the same file on their PC (hence peer-to-peer). The file or group of files you download is called a torrent, sharing those files is called seeding, and the group of people you download from is called a swarm. The more people connected to a given swarm, seeding a file, the faster you'll be able to download that file.

Downloading files with BitTorrent is a bit more complicated than just clicking a link in your web browser. Most browsers don't have built-in support for BitTorrent, so you need a specific program, called a BitTorrent client, that knows how to download and assemble the pieces of a file in a torrent.

Many torrent sites have comments on each page, which can help you determine a given torrent's authenticity based on what other users have written. Some directories put badges next to the uploader's username, denoting users with good track records of uploading safe files. And, of course, you should be running good antivirus software, which scans everything you download automatically.

While this isn't crucial to success, it's generally considered nice to pay it forward and seed files after you download them, allowing others the opportunity to download the data themselves. After all, if there were no seeders, BitTorrent wouldn't work very well, and we'd all be stuck downloading files at a snail's pace. If you can't seed the file forever, at least seed it until you've shared as much as you've downloaded (also known as having a 1:1 "ratio") before deleting the torrent from your client.

What is the fix if the added torrent is not under hidden labels? It really is not anywhere, under no labels at all. But still says its already there when try to download again. Super annoying malaka torrent. Hope you can help =)

I also had torrent already in list message and I also had used the tv as a second monitor, so when I attempted to download a magnet link nothing displayed the 1st time and after tht I got the message. So I found the torrent in the hidden label and deleted the download. Then I clicked the magnet link again (again no window was showing) and immediately I pressed ALT-SPACE on keyboard then pressed the arrow keys until I saw the download windows on my screen.

Before running rTorrent, copy the example configuration file /usr/share/doc/rtorrent/rtorrent.rc to /.rtorrent.rc, and check out the related rTorrent wiki page that has a modern basic configuration file.

The schedule2 option has rTorrent watch a particular directory for new torrent files. Saving a torrent file to this directory will automatically start the download. Remember to create the directory that will be watched (e.g. mkdir /watch). Also, be careful when using this option as rTorrent will move the torrent file to your session folder and rename it to its hash value.

This service file has no restart because the author occasionally takes the drive in question offline, and rtorrent fails, shall we say, "suboptimally" when started in this scenario and loses many torrent specific settings such as the specific directories each torrent is stored in. In fact the symlinks that kick off rtorrent live on the relevant drive; if it is unmounted rtorrent cannot start. This use case of blocking rtorrent from starting is relevant to users who put the downloaded files on removable media such as NAS, USB or eSATA drives.


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