By disabling, it will not connect, and therefore you'll not get the message that it can't connect as it's disabled. My torrents had been working all the way up until now and I had not forwarded my ports. If you are correct and it's a firewall or router issue, why did it come up all of a sudden, with no changes either in hardware or software? 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. Is it kickass torrents or uTorrent? Remember that the seeds themselves may have the same connectable problems. Would I benefit from increasing the limit? Here is the 30 Days free Trial. This is strange, since the value was 15 for years, I think.
What website are you getting the torrents from? 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. I have uninstalled and reinstalle Bittorrent 2x and still no downloading. I think they're set to 100 and 50 respectively by default. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling uTorrent the program I've been using for years. I then went to try a couple other torrents and now they are downloading regularly.
So it's back to the drawing board. I've been downloading torrents for years now, and for some reason they wont download anymore? Won't connect to other peers. 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. Doing that isn't going to make anything go any faster. To fix Utorrent not downloading problem, you need a radical solution which is changing from using Utorrent to program.
I've tried to look around and it seems like this has happened to multiple people but nobody seems to have a solution. Without a port forward you are considered firewalled non-connectable. Plus if none of those clients are connectable, have upload restricted, or have encryption settings incorrect, then they all suffer from the same slow speeds multiplied by how many clients you're using for the same torrent. I have disabled my antivirus. When I opened it back up today it showed that a torrent that was having the problem yesterday had completely finished downloading.
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. You have to downgrade to v 3. When I got home and tried to finish the download on my laptop, is when I found that I could not download anything. Ask the uTorrent devs at or try. I had tried everything on the internet from deleting resume. My isp doesn't seem to be blocking torrents per test I ran at.
Is there a solution to this? I tried qBittorrent, still didn't work. It is very important then to choose a torrent file with many seeds not less than 10 seeds so that you can download that file with Utorrent or Vuze. This is pretty important if you want to be fully connectable - Without doing this there will always be certain seeds that you'll never be able to connect to. They're all sharing the same bandwidth on your network. Deleting the torrent and downloading again doesn't seem to change anything. I tried a lot of things, but none worked until I found an obscure forum asking about a proxy server.
And why does the problem go away after some seemingly random amount of time? 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. That's a general P2P networking rule not just bittorrent. That's a general P2P networking rule not just bittorrent. I have not had any problems with any other games. I've had a problem with a router which prompted me to remove it and put the Internet cable directly into my computer port. As a result, it didn't load anymore. I did find a fix by uninstalling the re-installing uTorrent, the stable newest build, 3.
You never answered the question re: whether you're severely limiting upload. I'm in Toronto so my upload is pretty terrible - speedtest. Thanks for the explanation, I've set uTorrent to 'enable encryption'. Hi guys, I know this has come up several times in the past, but it's now become an acute problem for me. What's the reason for this? I eventually had enough and shut my computer down. Then I tried my other 2 computers with multiple torrents , all with the same negative results. Thanks for all your help.
Did you enable any bandwidth limits in your torrent client? 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. Finally - is using different clients to try to download the same torrent hurting my download progress? Hopefully this is the last time the problem appears. As the time passes by, the Seeds decrease and the Torrent file becomes dead and impossible to download especially with 0 seeds. I've tried looking for an explanation but either nothing fits my description or it doesn't work. Doing that isn't going to make anything go any faster. So just try to find out the real cause or just follow these solutions until the error is fixed. I will give you now the Solutions to these major errors and show you how to fix Utorrent not downloading.