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Very Very LOW Download speeds....!!!

Hello everyone.....

I need HELP....!!! I have a 100 Mbps Broadband Connection, pretty good, with unlimited download. But the prob is I can't get the download speed of anything [torrents & files] to more than 20 kB/s......!!!

I use uTorrent and FlashGet as BT clients.... FlashGet can get a download speed of about 35 kB/s.... But that shopuldn't be happening, should it?

The torrent I'm downloading has enough seeds & peers.....
It happens with every torrent I attempt to download...
But when downloading large files [ > 1 GB], it takes me ages...!!!

I ran a speed test, and it showed my download speed is 0.15 Mbps, and upload speed is 0.1 Mbps.... but why is it like this...??
I have a pretty decent connection don't I...???

HELP ME..!! PLEASE..... and thnk u 4 any of ur help.......

If u need, here's my PC config:

OS --> XP Pro SP-3
Processor --> AMD Athlon X2, 6000+ with Dual Core, 3.1 GHz speed
RAM --> 2 GB
Graphics --> nVidia 6150SE [integrated], with 512 MB

Connection -->
Device Name: WAN Miniport
Device Type: PPPoE
Server Type: PPP
Authentication: MD5 CHAP

I don't know what these are, but thought it might help......
and thanx again......!!!

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  • Bikram Ghosh
    Bikram Ghosh Jul 02, 2009

    hey, doesn't any1 know any walkthrough for the problem....?????
    I'm desperate....!!

  • Bikram Ghosh
    Bikram Ghosh Jul 08, 2009

    Well, I want a more cleancut way to get around this problem....!!!

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1. Internet Service Providers (whoever you have your broadband connection with) are more and more limiting your download speeds via torrent to 20 or 30k. This is by design of your ISP and there is nothing much that you can do about and the reason they do it is to prevent people from downloading copyrighted materials.

2. If you have a legitimate reason for using torrent technology to download 1GB+ files often, then contact your ISP about it and tell them you are trying to download legal files of whatever it is you are trying to download and see if they will fix it. Probably not, however. In fact, they probably won't even admit to using sandvine to limit your download speeds. I know for one Comcast is doing this very thing.

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