I have reached 1.000 seeds/peers and my status is still seeding. I have tried looking for people in the internet with the same problem but I still don't get it. Some say delete it and open it again but the same seeding status thingy happened.
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Update tracker, if uTorrent has that option. This may take time, sometimes days, till seeders are online and seeding. Or, download another version torrent. There may be multiple but only one is seeding.
Your ISP is blocking the torrent data. A few do this to keep the traffic down.
There are no seeds or the torrent is dead.
Your router is blocking the ports.
If you see the green check down near the clock then it is connecting. When you highlight the torrent and then click on the tabs you should see how many seeds and so on. If there are no seed or the availability is zero it is a dead torrent.
If you are looking for a few mp3's you can try www.beemp3.com that is a mp3 only search and download site (also free).
Download a torrent client ( Try UTorrent )
Go to ISO HUNT ( Torrent/file sharing site )
Type what you are after in the search bar.
You are looking for a file that has as many SEEDS as possible.
A SEED has a full copy of the file
A LEECH has only part of the file ( If there are no seeds you may never get the full file)
But, there are "diminishing returns" -- adding more seeds won't make your downloads any faster.
Compare it to a 4-lane highway -- when there's the "right" amount of traffic, all 4 lanes move quickly.
When there is "too-many" vehicles, traffic slows down, even though the width of the highway (equivalently, the speed of your Internet connection) has not changed.
always look for the comments that other people havve made regarding the torrent you are downloading.
A seed is a client that has a complete copy of the data of a certain torrent. Once your BitTorrent client finishes downloading, it will remain open until you click the Finish button (or otherwise close it). This is known as being a seed or seeding.
A leecher is a client that is currently downloading the data of a torrent. A leecher does not have the complete file, otherwise it would be called a seed.
If downoading RAR archives, you need to install WinRAR or 7-Zip to extract the data of the files. WinRAR can be downloaded from the WinRar website, 7-Zip from 7-Zip.org.
If your concern is the security of torrents, I strongly recommend some cloud torrent service. You don´t download the torrent directly to your computer, but to the cloud instead and you have the possibility to either download the file (SSL encrypted) to your computer or stream it online later. They differ in some additional features, price, design... Here is thorough description of few of the best ones in my opinion: https://torrentproviders.com/
In torrents there is P2P sharing and u can adjust a minimum upload limit of 1kbps and its maximum limit can be defined by the torrent client you are using and it is mostly depend on the seeds and peers available for that torrent.
Downloading torrents is usually very slow. . but you can do these steps to increase its speed to certain extend. .
While downloading a torrent just see how much seeds it has & select the which have the maximum.
You can also sort it in decreasing order of seeds by clicking the seeds.
The speed of downloading torrent changes with time most of them gets speed up in noon or even at midnight.
If you still need help mention the game(bcoz it might be a very famous game)