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How to fix most common popular Torrent Error

Today we going to list some error that always occur while using torrent file, I know you must have come accross Torrent by one means or the other if you are familair with internet and you surf very well. 

Torrent a torrent file is a computer file that contains metadata about files and folders to be distributed, and usually also a list of the network locations of trackers, which are computers that help participants in the system find each other and form efficient distribution groups called swarms.

Torrent files are small files that contain information on how to download a larger file using BitTorrent protocol. The protocol, unlike HTTP/HTTPS, needs a torrent client for downloading the client.

We're not here to explain what is meant by Torrent , this is for those that have knowledge about what we are discussing, probably facing one challenges or another in using it. Here is the common error that do occur and how to fix them.

Bad data from tracker error
A tracker is a type of server which helps the peers by enabling them to communicate with one another. If a tracker has gone out of the define protocols of the torrent provider, then it is said to be a bad tracker. So naturally, the data that is returned from the tracker will be deemed as bad data.

Geek talk aside, what you need to do if you are faced with this error message is, close down the torrent downloader and restart it again. If the client side program is running in the background, which it normally does, close it and then star it back up fresh. This will usually fix the issue with the bad tracker data.

Windows cannot find content
If you are still getting one of these old school errors in 2018, happy 70th birthday granddad! This means that you are still running Windows XP. Windows returns an error saying that it cannot find the downloaded torrent file, even though you just downloaded it a few seconds ago. The reason is that the OS compresses the download files after it has reached a certain threshold of storing downloaded content.

To fix this crap, you just need to clear the temp files generate out of your internet browser. To do that, head over to control panel and go to internet options. There, click on delete under the browsing history. Alternatively, you can do this within the browser app itself. Just click on clear data and clear the history and the offloaded cookies, and of course, please upgrade to a newer Windows OS version. Then you’re set!

Permission denied
This occurs usually with an error code, something like (IOError – {Errno13}. This error usually occurs when your torrent download client was still in memory from the last session. To fix this problem, close the file that is currently looking for resources in the torrent app, and close the app itself. Go into the task manager of your system by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Esc key combination and close the app from the running services as well.

Relaunching any app usually fixes any small issues with its own functionality or with the external connectivity. Of course, you might’ve already known this from experience.

IP not registered to use Tracker
Usually, torrent files are pretty independent entities with no strings attached. But there are some torrent sites like limetorrentz, who watermark the crap out of their downloads. To avoid getting this message from your torrent client, you will have to be logged into their website while the download begins. Most sites avoid this issue by forcing you to log in before you are allowed to download the file in the first place.

If you are facing this issue in some rare case, just go back to the download link and log in to the server site once again. After a while, this message should go away and the download should start as usual.

Redownloading due to failed hashcheck
Hashcheck is nothing but verification whether the packet which is being downloaded belongs to the proper file cluster or not. If there was some IP clash and the client was downloading some wrong packets from an incorrect source, it has realised it and is re-downloading it from the proper source.

If you're using latest Torrent app called BitTorrent download will always start by it own but using the old or other Torrent app  the download may not begin and might stay paused. So when you get this error, check in the app that the file is being re-download without any issues. Hope this is helpful, so whenever you have such error you have the solution to them.

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