A request to send or receive data was disallowed because the socket is not connected and when sending on a datagram socket using a sendto call no address was'. I've switched between uTorrent, Transmission and FrostWire and have to admit FrostWire has been getting better and better with every release. I even opened the port 6881 on router and it's still not connecting. Delete the settings and resume files in the uTorrent folder. I also use Sprint and haven't been able to download for nearly 3 weeks.
My internet security system is Kaspersky and my ports are fowarded. But, do not forget to use the it will encrypt your peer to peer connection. My trackers seem to be fine. I'm using an Asus laptop, Windows 8. Regardless of the program I tried, none of them worked.
When you begin downloading a torrent's files in uTorrent, you are normally presented with a window that has a list of all of the available files in the torrent. After disabling peerblock, avast, my router's firewall, and a few other things, I read this forum thread. I switch back to my broadband and it just sits at Connecting to peers 0. The version I'm using is 3. I've switched between uTorrent, Transmission and FrostWire and have to admit FrostWire has been getting better and better with every release.
I saved links to another folder and that's when I noticed torrents connecting properly again. If nothing else works, BitComet is a good alternative to uTorrent. Your upload is limited to below 50% of your upload bandwidth? My low effort solution is to have several programs and if I really need a particular torrent, and utorrent doesn't download, I switch. Finally, it's sitting in the source to the client. Did you find a solution or did it fix itself? Don't get me wrong, if you can pinpoint which clients did not connect, we could trace this down, check things.
Try updating each torrent's trackers. Regardless of the program I tried, none of them worked. Okay so basically today randomly, I noticed none of my torrents were connecting anymore. . Would it still be worth it too? But you can allow trustworthy ports through router to bypass firewall restrictions.
I guess I'll wait a few more days before doing anything drastic like re-install Windows 7 and starting from scratch. I started uTorrent without Peerblock running and had not problems other than a couple trackers not connecting, but attributed that to the downtime of trackers doing maintenance. Some dead torrents have a few hundreds of peers displayed there. I've got one download going that has 52 available seeds, but Tixati is only connecting to 16 of them. I run into those issues every now and then and still can't figure out why.
I have disabled my Avast Antivirus, disabled Windows Firewall, and still no connection. What website are you getting the torrents from? I have Verizon wireless phone service, and can use it as an Wifi Hotspot. This is because so many people will be downloading it that you'll most likely have a hard time getting the file initially; once those people have finished downloading, however, you can downloading using them as seeds. Could you link me to a site where I can download uTorrent 2. I've been downloading torrents for years now without a problem and then this just started randomly happening a week or two ago. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling uTorrent the program I've been using for years.
I'm completely stumped why the existing torrent is working fine, but no new ones seem to. All torrents I had been trying to download from major torrent search engines were just stuck on connecting to peers. Close background programs and streaming services. I've tried to look around and it seems like this has happened to multiple people but nobody seems to have a solution. I still use utorrent as my main though, force of habit and more options, i guess, but on the phone, FrostWire is way better, especially for music.