Harold Feit

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  1. What is the listed availability for the torrent?
  2. 1> If you don't specify to remove and delete the .torrent file, that .torrent file will remain. 2> If they aren't loaded in BitTorrent then the old .torrent files being removed won't affect it. You probably deleted the entire contents of %appdata%\bittorrent which would delete the program, its configuration AND all the .torrent files, not just the .torrent files and configuration like you thought it would.
  3. Close it before shutting down the computer or set windows to not re-open programs you had running when it shut down.
  4. Seeding happens by either the person who made the torrent or people who downloaded it. In the case of torrents that won't complete, they are no longer seeded.
  5. The .torrent file is metadata and can be exchanged independently of the client. The original torrent was made and was likely seeded at one time.
  6. Right click on the column header to get a menu to enable any columns you don't have
  7. The protocol doesn't support such a search. And we aren't qbittorrent support
  8. You can't force people to download from you.
  9. Have you also done port forwarding in your router?
  10. Looks simply that there's no one with the remaining 3.9% Nothing we can do about it.
  11. Right-click the column headers you have to get a list of options for ones you no longer have. Push comes to shove you can reset the column layout from that menu.
  12. Options - Show sidebar. Then choose one of the other categories.
  13. In Preferences - general, choose "Associate with torrent files"
  14. The torrents were flagged so that DHT can't work. Nothing we can do about it.
  15. A torrent is overseeded because there are more people seeding it than trying to download it. There's NOTHING you can do on your side to affect this.
  16. The provided screenshot shows no one to upload to.
  17. So the torrent shows seeding in your client?
  18. 1> http://help.bittorrent.com/customer/en/portal/articles/1826055-how-do-i-migrate-torrents-from-another-client-to-this-one-?b_id=3884 2> same as #1.
  19. It sounds like the window is being rendered "off-screen" in the space that would normally be on a secondary display While you have focus on the add torrent window, press alt+space then m and use the arrow keys to move the window back to the main display.