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  1. Hello to the group I am in need of some asistance please! I am not a PC guru nor do I profess to be but have downloaded and installed U Torrent recently and set it up using some online guides and it was working fine (or so it seemed) and was getting download speeds up to 3MB/s until the other day and now it is saying network error cannot read to disk or the other one says cannot write to disk PC is brand new and as I said the torrent client was working fine!! How can I resolve this issue and get it back to downloading?? I have included an attached pic of what I see now!! Please give me some suggestions bearing in mind I may need gentle treatment! TIA
  2. Is there a setting that allows uT client to connect itself? By default, if my client connects to itself, connection is closed with message "Disconnect: Same ID" Reason: I'm behind a CGNat, so I have setup a SSH connection with remote port forwarding to my uT client to allow incoming connections. The only way I can introduce this IP to swarm is through PEX. If I can connect to myself using the remote port forwarded IP, and if the connection is not dropped by client, I can introduce this IP to currently connected peers through PEX. Currently I'm doing this by running the same torrent in another client and adding the peer to connect to my uT client. It would help if there was a setting that prevents the client from dropping self connects. Any thought on other means other than PEX to introduce my IP to swarm would be appreciated.