|27 Apr 2013||#1|
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Having trouble with torrent software
uTorrent stopped working, and then started working again. It again stopped working, and I've waited but it doesn't seem to work again and when I open it the latest download is paused at 80% and since then no progress has been made on any of the torrents.
1. So I downloaded qBittorent because I read it was the fastest. But the thing with this was that when I downloaded the torrent files on Firefox, when I clicked on the torrent file name in the download box, it didn't transfer over to the qBittorrent window. So I had to do CTRL+O and choose the files from the Download folder. How can I make it so that when I click on the download, it automatically opens on the qB window instead of me having to choose the files after pressing CTRL+O?
2. And when I click on the torrent file on a certain torrent site, it pops up at uTorrent, without downloading first into Firefox. So how can I make it so that the uTorrent doesn't pop up and make the torrent file download instead of opening automatically without downloading?
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|29 Apr 2013||#3|
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I don't use torrent but your problem was just like mine. I downloaded 2 test files of 12MB and 84MB size using Chrome and IE. Every time, both stopped at 29%, then using FF I achieved 60% before stopping. The download is paused at certain percentile and since then stopped completely. I emailed my ISP and they done the test without problems.
Use sfc/scannow to check your Win 7 before it completely Not Responding.
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