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Won't download new torrents anymore

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I have been using uTorrent for years. As of a month ago, it seemingly just stopped working.

New torrents load up, but don't download.  The arrow turns red, Status is Download @ 0%, ETA is infinity.

Message log reads:

total physical memory blah blah blah

Using IP address 192.xxx.x.xx

Loaded ipfilter.dat (0 Entries)

IPV6 is installed


I am running uTorrent 1.8.7 on a MacBook (OSX 10.12.6).  I went and looked and my router says it has port forwarding open to uTorrent, so I am at a loss.

Any help please?

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Nothing, so far as I can tell.  That's what has me puzzled.  I bought a house and changed service providers, but that was in May and I had a few months where it still worked just fine.


I thought maybe my ISP was blocking my access, but something like tethering off my iPhone and it does the same thing as when I'm on my home wifi.

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I have phoned my internet provider to see if they've blocked me, and they said everything is working as it should be.  So can anyone help?  I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling and still nothing works!

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