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Can not download torrent !!
#1
This is the message I keep getting everytime I try to download a torrent. Can anyone help me fix this problem. I do subscribe to the plus feature if that helps any.

~Error : I/O Exception while initializing download of 'http://extratorrent.cc/download/4928221/':java.net.SocketException: java.security.NoSuchAlgorithmException: Error constructing implementation (algorithm: Default, provider: SunJSSE, class: com.sun.net.ssl.internal.ssl.DefaultSSLContextImpl)
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#2
Might be related to http://wiki.vuze.com/w/Known_Issues#SunC...rException

Also make sure your Java is up to date - http://www.java.com/
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#3
(07-09-2016, 02:35 PM)'parg' Wrote: Might be related to http://wiki.vuze.com/w/Known_Issues#SunC...rException

Also make sure your Java is up to date - http://www.java.com/

 

I have re downloaded vuze I also have updated my java and Im even trying the beta. Nothing seems to help me download a torrent. So basicly Vuze is useless at this point and I even subscribe to the Vuze plus. There has to be some way to fix this ?
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#4
(07-09-2016, 04:13 PM)'Thunder56' Wrote:
(07-09-2016, 02:35 PM)'parg' Wrote: Might be related to http://wiki.vuze.com/w/Known_Issues#SunC...rException

Also make sure your Java is up to date - http://www.java.com/


 

I have re downloaded vuze I also have updated my java and Im even trying the beta. Nothing seems to help me download a torrent. So basicly Vuze is useless at this point and I even subscribe to the Vuze plus. There has to be some way to fix this ?

 


im gettin same problem? anybody help
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#5
Well you can always take the download link, paste it into a browser and download the .torrent file, then add that to Vuze
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#6
Having a similar problem:

Error: i/O exception while initializing download of 'http://extratorrent.cc/download/0000000/':Javax.net.ssl.SSLException: Received fatal alert: internal_error

Using Apple iMac MAC OSX 10.6.8 
تصویر: file:///Users/armandoroque/Desktop/Screen%20shot%202016-10-22%20at%2012.34.00%20PM.png
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#7
Sorry to be so low tech but how do you do that? I am having the same problem and have updatedJava and running 5.7.3 Beta. Thanks
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#8
Make sure you are updated to Java 1.8 - if you go to the Help menu and select 'About Vuze' it will show your Java version on the right. You need to make sure that it is 1.8 or higher. On a Mac this means you must be running the non-Apple version of Java (which is 1.6 and is not being updated) - use this Vuze installer:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/azureus/files/vuze/Vuze_5730/Vuze_5730_Installer_Java8.dmg/download
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#9
I'm having a similar issue. Any torrent I select from different sites (that have never posed this problem before) The torrent loads into vuse, and then an angry red face shows up on the left, cannot connect to peers - Tracker status reads "Connection error" 

Nothing in Vuze has worked since this update, and I've uninstalled, and reinstalled. 

Please help!

Thanks
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#10
I am using a folder from which Vuze can load a torrent.


N:\BitTorrent\Load Torrents From\file.torrent.imported 0 B Error: File Not Found (Torrent file 'N:\BitTorrent\Load Torrents From\file.torrent.imported' does not exist) 0 B

This is the message I get. It seems Vuze is adding ".torrent.imported" to the end of the torrent file in the folder.

Can anyone help with this.
Cheers
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