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I'm using uTorrent 3.1.3 and I'm getting the error \"Disk Overloaded 100%\" after the download speed reaches 4-5 mb/s. It lasts about 1 minute, it starts again with full speed and then it displays disk overloaded again. After the second \"disk overloaded\" error, the download speed raises to maximum and stays that way until the end of the torrent.
This is a very old problem I've had with utorrent since version 1.6.1 and have not found a solution all these years. I tried to tweak the caching settings (as suggested on other forums) but with no luck.
Now changing this setting to a high number depends on two main things. The speed of your internet and the speed of your hard drive. For this guide we assume that whatever the maximum speed of your internet line is, will be the speed you will be downloading at.
I've created the following image to show you how having this large cache makes an impact on your downloads. Remember, if the cache becomes full and your hard drive cannot keep up with the pace of incoming file pieces your downloads will slow to a crawl or stop entirely.
Now as seen in the above image having a small 32MB cache is easily filled within a few minutes. The Hard Drive here is writing out the information as fast as possible but it cannot keep up because the randomness of the incoming files is simply to high. But when we increase the cache to 1GB we are able to sustain full speed downloads for an hour or more. Again this assumes you have a pretty average & modern 1TB or larger hard drive.
...below the Override cache size setting, there is a 'Reduce memory usage when the cache is not needed' check box. You'd want to uncheck this because a full cache when seeding hundreds or thousands of torrents is very important. It reduces the chances that your Hard Drive needs to retrieve a piece from a file to seed to another user. Now don't worry, if you begin a download anything that is stored in the cache for seeding will be removed as your incoming downloads demand more of the cache space. Downloading always takes precedent over Seeding when it comes to Cache use.
Under the 'Enable caching of disk writes', there are two check boxes. [Untick 'Write out untouched blocks every 2 minutes' and tick the 'Write out finished pieces immediately' box.] Those tick boxes are very important because you don't want your disk sitting idle for the first two minutes of a download when it could be clearing out the cache for more data. Those two minutes can really help. Writing out finished pieces as soon as possible is the most desired option.
Now although that was the last option in uTorrent 3.2.2 some of you may be using older versions of uTorrent which also include the option to disable Windows Read and Write Caching. I would suggest you to tick those and disable the Windows Caching because you've already set a very large and well utilised cache in uTorrent and it is unnecessary and problematic to also utilise the Windows Caching. In the event that your PC were to crash for example Windows may still be holding over 1 GB of file pieces that uTorrent considered already written to disk and when you open your client again you'll find that some downloads didn't get completely saved to disk and will need to be checked for missing pieces.
You're getting disk overload errors because torrents upload and download pieces non-sequentially. Unlike a local file transfer, your drive is having to read and write hundreds of random parts of the file(s) all the time.
Many torrent downloads are stuck at 99% because the seeder has left. BitComet tries to improve the performance by using the unique Long-Term Seeding Technology. This technology can find more seeds to help finish your downloads.
When BitComet is downloading video files, it will automatically try to download the header and the tail of the file as soon as possible. So it is possible to preview the video during downloading process.
Most people watch anime either from online video-streaming sites (e.g. Crunchyroll), or from download sites that download the video file first before it is played. Here, we only cover the downloading method, since the video-streaming method should be quite easy to figure out.
BakaBT is a public tracker with membership benefits; you can use our torrents without an account, by registering an account you get some benefits in exchange for keeping a good upload-to-download ratio.
The easiest way is to re-download those .torrent files while you are logged in and target the destination folder to the previously downloaded content. The method is similar to and explained in Re-seeding Downloaded Files with Different Clients below.
Your leech/seed statistics will count toward your account stats only if you seed with a private torrent, which you have downloaded when you are logged in. Previous peer-to-peer activity with a public torrent will not be reflected on your account and it will not be visible in your torrent list on the site.
Seeding depends on other people connecting to you and downloading, it's not everyone who will instantly get to seed, we take turns, which happens more often than not here because everything in BakaBT is heavily seeded, which means that there are more people seeding stuff than leeching (downloading). Basically, think of it like the economy, if there are more sellers (seeder) than buyers (leecher), then the sellers don't get the sell much on average because there are just too little buyers. Just keep seeding, and check your user page to see if your torrents are active or not.
IMPORTANT: Make sure that you have only 1 (one) tracker URL entry in the torrent's trackers list. Stacked trackers may occur if you open your newly downloaded private torrent file before you remove the public version of it on the BitTorrent client or if you add trackers to existing torrents. DO NOT add private trackers (like BakaBt) to existing torrents: due to the way trackers report stats, your ratio will be artificially inflated and you will be banned.
If the torrent does not move into the seeding window on its own: Right-click on newly created entry in the download window of the My Torrents view. Select Force Re-check. The value in the 'Done' column will count from 0% to 100%. Upon reaching 100%, the file will be moved to the seeding list on the bottom of the My Torrents tab.
The easiest way to manage this would be to throttle your download bandwidth. Your ratio is calculated by amount uploaded divided by amount downloaded, so the slower you download, the slower your ratio drops (do the math). Unless the torrent has enough leechers on it that you can upload at a decent speed, we advise you to make sure you don't kill your ratio too quickly yet.
BakaBT is not the only source of downloadable anime. Try the sources listed above. You'll be surprised at how much stuff is available outside of BakaBT. Download something that's recent and in demand, and seed it here to fix your ratio. You can organize the browse list by leechers to see what is in demand. Downloading the files for offers that will be approved soon and seeding those is also a good way to fix your ratio.
The Disk Overload Error in uTorrent occurs after the download speed reaches a certain threshold. In most cases, the error lats for about one minute (during which the download drops) before returning to normal. However, in most cases, the error is recurring and returns after just a couple of minutes.
You can download either a lightweight efficient Trinity desktop, or more advanced Plasma desktop edition. Live media allow users to get a quick Q4OS experience, or try it out on a real hardware without installation. If satisfied, an optional installer is available. Use the install-cd media for older 64bit as well as 32bit machines. The minimal hardware requirements:Plasma desktop - 1GHz CPU / 1GB RAM / 5GB diskTrinity desktop - 300MHz CPU / 256MB RAM / 3GB disk
This new version doesn't support OS X 10.4.11 anymore (although you can download the 10.4.11 version here) but brings many more improvements to an already solid release. You can set different priority levels for torrents and establish stall limit times. Transmission's speed limit mode, represented by a turtle icon at the bottom of the interface, is extremely useful if you're looking to control the amount of bandwidth you use for uploads and downloads. The option for anonymous connections has been removed in this latest version however.
Transmission has consistently improved over time, offering many more options to view your torrents. You can now filter your torrent list according to downloading, seeding, or paused. The client can also organize transfers by queue order, date added, name, process. Transmission also allows you to label, filter and sort torrents by groups and total activity. You can also encrypt your torrent activity in case you want it to stay private.
Fixes a crash that prevented Transmission from opening on non-English systems. Auto-grouping won't apply until torrents are demagnetized Tweak the inspector's and add window's file lists to avoid auto-hiding scrollbars overlapping the priority controls Fix potential crash when downloading and seeding complete at the same time Fix bug where stopped torrents might start when waking the computer from sleep Fix a bug that prevented IPv6 addresses from being saved in dht.dat Better handling of magnet links that contain 'tr.x=' parameters Add filtering of addresses used for uTP peer connections Fix detection of whether or not a peer supports uTP connectionsWeb Client: Fix a multi-file selection bug Fix bug where the upload and download arrows and rates would not appear for downloading torrents Fix bug when displaying the tracker list 153554b96e