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  1. neo_anderson

    neo_anderson New Member

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    hi,
    i have winxp sp2, norton antivirus 2005, torrents downloading is too slow, can anyone help me with that port forwarding and stuff?
    thanks.
     
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    For slow downloading in torrent there r some resons they r:

    1.The file u were downloading may not have to many SEEDER's.

    2.May be ur connection slow even though u have broadband.

    The best fast downloading in torrents is u must have atleast 768 kbs.Then u will get aroud 30 to 45 k's download speed in bittorrent.
     
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    You're slightly mistaken here.
    With my 256kbps dataone connection, i get 25-30KB/s, which is the maximum.
    But with 768kbps, it should be somewhere around 90-96KB/s IF you have done port forwarding and other configurations correct.
     
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    Hello dude i am saying in torrents and not in http or fttp download.If it http i agree with u.
     
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    I use bitcomet with my connection speed 256Kbps and i get 28 to 30 KBps speed easily. I didnt change any configuration and I think I m getting the maximum speed that I can.
     
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    you're lucky that you're downloading a torrent having many sources. Try one with a seeders around 5-6 and then you'll understand.
    However, sometimes, even 2 seeds can give you that speed. It depends upon the upload speed of the seeder you're connected to. 8)
     
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    I just got an internet connection (Sify broadband 64kbps) and downloaded bitcomet but dunno how to use it...can anybosy help me with it?
     
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