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Post by Schendrick on Fri 28 Jun 2013, 15:18

I wanted my bittorrent's download speed to get faster so I searched google for possible ways, I didn't know you guys had one here. Anyway, now my download speed is slower than ever. I want to reset it, I used to have 100~200 kb/s, and now, I have 10 kb/s ~ 20 kb/s. I tried this one: http://games4theworld.bestgoo.com/t11496-how-to-speed-up-fix-utorrent-downloads but the port forwarding is a struggle for me. The router I have is glued to its core on the desktop and I cannot see the model number to continue with the port forwarding. Is there a way to reset what I had? Help Noob

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Re: Torrent help

Post by Astro Zee on Fri 28 Jun 2013, 20:55

Hey, use bitcomet it is a very cool bittorrent client. the site : bitcomet.com

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Re: Torrent help

Post by TUN3R on Sat 29 Jun 2013, 00:35

Astro Zee wrote:Hey, use bitcomet it is a very cool bittorrent client. the site : bitcomet.com

If you like downloading at 1 byte per second.

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Re: Torrent help

Post by invalidusername on Sat 29 Jun 2013, 07:52

Did you try uninstalling and re-installing your torrent downloader?
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Re: Torrent help

Post by Astro Zee on Sat 29 Jun 2013, 17:56

Schendrick wrote:I wanted my bittorrent's download speed to get faster so I searched google for possible ways, I didn't know you guys had one here. Anyway, now my download speed is slower than ever. I want to reset it, I used to have 100~200 kb/s, and now, I have 10 kb/s ~ 20 kb/s. I tried this one: http://games4theworld.bestgoo.com/t11496-how-to-speed-up-fix-utorrent-downloads but the port forwarding is a struggle for me. The router I have is glued to its core on the desktop and I cannot see the model number to continue with the port forwarding. Is there a way to reset what I had? Help Noob

 try to download torret with IDM, by going to zbigz.com

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Re: Torrent help

Post by Adwomin on Sat 29 Jun 2013, 23:30

Schendrick wrote:I wanted my bittorrent's download speed to get faster so I searched google for possible ways, I didn't know you guys had one here. Anyway, now my download speed is slower than ever. I want to reset it, I used to have 100~200 kb/s, and now, I have 10 kb/s ~ 20 kb/s. I tried this one: http://games4theworld.bestgoo.com/t11496-how-to-speed-up-fix-utorrent-downloads but the port forwarding is a struggle for me. The router I have is glued to its core on the desktop and I cannot see the model number to continue with the port forwarding. Is there a way to reset what I had? Help Noob

 Hello there,

Did you try all the other options that are described in that topic?
Port Forwarding is more for uploading, shouldn't make a very big difference for downloading, but it's worth the shot.

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