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how do l connect toutorrents


topcat596070

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Hi,l have been using utorrents to down load files.for a few years .but for the past week l have not been abulle to.l have deleated and down loaded utorrents twice .but it still dosnt work l swiched off my firewall incase it was stoping it no change .in the right hand corner a diolog box says l could have aproblem with the network configuration.dose any one know how this works .or is there any other torent l could use to down load files .Thanks .

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Lazarus The 2nd

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This Click here, & this Click here, might be the Problem.

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chub_tor

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It is probably being blocked by your ISP, most of them are cracking down on torrent sites because they take up so much bandwidth. You have probably fallen foul of their Fair Use Policy, try reading the small print on your ISP's contract.

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alanrwood

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OIr your torrent site is now being blocked after the new court case decision in another case brought by the copyright owners.

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geewis357

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A good way round this is to run a google search for "TOR", download the software and run the utorent from the resulting browser, it works a treat.

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