Discussion in 'Torrents' started by runtime, Jan 4, 2012.
i have upload a torrent but uploading speed is too slow can any one help me
i m using win7
The problem probably lies in the fact you have a slow upload speed (which we can't change) or no one is downloading the torrent (again, we can't change that).
If you used to have a fast upload speed and it's became slow, then disregard what I said above.
The two options as I see it are: Pay your ISP for a faster connection or rent a server to seed from.
good advice from scrapefox, you can also go to speakeasy or dslreports and test your upload speed if you're not sure what it should be
if you see other seeders on your torrent that could also be the reason why as they have taken over much of the sharing from you. If there are no other seeders and at least several leechers then most likely your connection is just too slow
a lot of cheap seedboxes will get you around 2mb/s upload speed and cost around $25 mo.
if you are in torrent marketing use VPS and seedbox that is better. Your work will speed up.
I'm no torrent wizard, but I second scrapefox
Downloading files by using the filesharing protocol ‘bittorrent’ has become wildly popular in the last few years. Also, having a personal “file locker” space up in the “Cloud” is also very common. But are these two technologies incompatible or is there an easy way to use one to the other?
You need to set your upload speed to higher than download speed on your laptop.
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