The peers are the ones like you, the ones who are downloading and uploading at the same time. Some Files Suddenly Stop Downloading. This is another common scenario. We've all been there when a torrent stops at some moment, such as 99%. That usually happens when there are only peers, but no seeders. If you think about it, it makes total sense.

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Seeders and peers for a particular torrent file decide how fast it will download The more seeders and peers are available for a particular torrent, the faster the download will be. Trackers are sources that track and provide seeders and peers for a particular file, the more trackers you have, there is a more chance of finding more seeders and Simple Q: Seeds are online, but no downloading is Jan 08, 2013 What Are Seeders, Leechers and Peers in Torrenting?

Peers or leeches are users who don't have the entire torrent and aren't seeders yet. As for the numbers, the number in the parentheses are the total available seeds or peers, and the number before the parentheses are how many you are connected to. level 2. Original Poster 1 point · 2 years ago.

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