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TorrentQ

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by notfunny, Apr 6, 2007.

  1. notfunny

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    Alright. I downloaded TorrentQ. It's been goin for 3 hours, and the file is 51% dowloaded. The speed was at 12 KB/s until 50%, than it dropped steadily until it reached 0.4 KB/s. It's starting to really get to me! :]

    Any ideas how to speed it up? I have Windows XP and it has a firewall just so you know. I have high-speed connection as well.

    Any ideas?

    UPDATE: 2 minutes after this post, it's come to a complete standstill. AH!
     
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  2. corn

    corn Guest

    I ussually right click on the torrent and make the Bandwhith Allowication to high. Close open things, AIM MSN etc.
     
  3. janrocks

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    Are there any connected seeds?
    If not then 51% is all you will get.. Try looking at the peers who are connected and see how much of the file they have.
     
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    Thanks for your support guys. I actually downloaded BitTorrent instead ( I seem to hear that program mentioned a lot). Although is wasn't great it did work. Thanks!
     
  6. gumstain

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    torrentq is known to cause viruses. i would recommend researching anything before you download. i almost downloaded it, but something told me not to. torrent101 is another torrent client to watch out for. i personally like utorrent. i haven't had any problems yet.
    do a google search on torrentq & torrent101 & see for yourself.
     

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