DreadWingKnight

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  1. Make sure that there are no files common to the torrent in your downloads folder. Done.
  2. You're going to need to use an external torrent maker for torrents that large.
  3. Right-click the torrents and force re-check.
  4. Connected are who you're actually directly connected to. The "In Swarm" numbers are ESTIMATES based on information reported by trackers.
  5. Do you have RSS feeds?
  6. Are you using a proxy in your uTorrent?
  7. Leave the per-torrent and upload slot numbers low if you MUST run a lot of torrents at once.
  8. Why do you think that having it high would be of any benefit. You end up splitting your connection so many ways that each individual peer connection becomes useless to both you and them.
  9. You don't need to stop seeding to use the file.
  10. Trackers can be added in the properties of the torrent. Adding peers manually isn't implemented on the server side.
  11. So the columns are getting changed without you telling them to?
  12. Do slackware torrents work? http://www.slackware.com/getslack/torrents.php
  13. Do you have the crash report?
  14. Using what version of uTorrent?
  15. That's the default behavior.