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Any chance to revive 2k torrent files? I don't really get it, but they are all dead :\

Discussion in 'Torrents' started by Madruga, Jan 18, 2013.

  1. Madruga

    Madruga Senior Member

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    Well I'm not a genius about how they really work like from A to Z, but at least I know I had my good times in the past with these. These torrents were on some old computer I shut down and didn't used since many months, and few weeks ago I found myself in the mood to get all of those and transfer it to a VPS. Updated trackers with current working ones... yet still.. all dead.

    I remember that by the time I left it, all these people were downloading (I mean they were 'healthy'). Yet now.. they 'seem' to attempt connecting, I am seeding, but it simply doesn't go. In the below screenshot, I only put like around 350 random ones.....until I realized that something is wrong...doh...derpderp; so I stopped. On each torrent file, I can see hundreds of peers not being able to connect....

    I know I am just not right about something and that the stats are not that accurate, but still... did something similar before and it worked. Just that it didn't passed months..

    So, am I missing some setting or such, to revive these? I'm pretty sure they aren't deleted from all over the places, because I have on some VPS others that are still running, seeding, being downloaded, which were uploaded 1+ years ago.

    PS I just wanted to see if I can do something to these, so that I have an extra fueling source for my current projects :)

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