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Vuze won't launch
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The tag tabs, OMFG the ta...
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Insufficient Disk Space N...
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  Adding a torrents and choosing of Save location issue
Posted by: KonradK - 07-22-2017, 07:21 AM - Forum: Community Open Support - No Replies

Simply: when I choose a next Save location from a list, or via mouse wheel, the initial Save location (i.e. most recently used) is gone from the list. Not permanently, but until adding another torrent.

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Frog Vuze won't launch
Posted by: DerekWorkman - 07-22-2017, 01:29 AM - Forum: Community Open Support - Replies (2)

Am running MacOs Sierra 10.12.5

About a month ago my template searches started failing/not connecting.

Now Vuze won't launch - it opens and I get the pin wheel for as long as I leave it. Then must force quit.
Have uninstalled and reinstalled etc. Still no joy.

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  New Version?
Posted by: gigglepot33 - 07-19-2017, 06:27 AM - Forum: Community Open Support - Replies (1)

Forgive me if this seems trivial but I haven't been on Vuze for quite some time.  Today I go on to try to look up a movie and everything has changed!  I can't seem to find any movie I'm looking for.  Nothing looks or acts like it used to.  Even the actual program looks different under "content discovery".  Do I have a bad version?  I need help, can't seem to navigate this version.  How do I go back to the previous version?  Please help, thank you.

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  Error (Permission denied: Connect)
Posted by: scgt1 - 07-11-2017, 09:15 PM - Forum: Community Open Support - No Replies

Was gone most of the day today. Came home to notice the power went out. Fire my computer back up and all torrents have the Error (Permission denied: Connect) in red under the Tracker Status.
I've added two new files and they originally stated the same thing but now state OK (DHT backup only) also in red. Status on those two shows downloading but there is no connection. I've refreshed the trackers to no avail.

I highly doubt the power going out caused something to happen. I've gone into settings and made sure my set port that is forwarded through AirVPN is still the set port so that isn't my problem. I just started using this torrent add two days ago coming from Halite. So not at all familiar with it but think I have it pretty well setup.

So basically I can't seed or download anything right now.

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  search problems
Posted by: broy - 07-10-2017, 09:39 PM - Forum: Community Open Support - Replies (4)

My Vuze search result have had a distinctly different look to them lately though this has been the case for several months at least. What's more this is what I see in the templates list:

Must I reload templates or should I delete Vuze and reinstall or is it something else entirely? Thank you for your time.

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  Insufficient Disk Space NTFS/FAT32 Error
Posted by: foxtrot - 07-09-2017, 12:01 PM - Forum: Community Open Support - Replies (1)

I saw someone else post a way too vague thread, maybe their problem is related to mine? I'll provide some more details than they did though.

I'm trying to download a file that is around 7.5 GB, but vuze is telling me there is insufficient disk space and recommends checking out the vuze wiki page on FAT32 file size limitations. "Error: Insufficient disk space - check htt[://wiki.vuze.com/w/FAT32_file_size_limit" Great, except my drives are all NTFS and have always been.

I'm running Windows 10 Enterprise with the most recent, stable version of vuze. The only thing that has changed recently is I installed a Trusted Platform Module and encrypted my drives yesterday. Prior to that, I enabled RAID 1 on the drive in question, but didn't have any problems with sizable downloads. I have around 750GB of available space on the drive in question. I have three drives in my computer, one has the OS, boot and program files, the other two are the RAID 1 config. with all of my user files onboard. All of the drives are 1TB.

I'm about to start doing the basic things to try and fix. I already restarted vuze and remagneted the torrent, no success. Next I'll restart the computer. If that doesn't work, I'll try downloading the file to my other drive, reinstalling vuze, and kicking the computer violently.

Otherwise, has anyone come across this problem? What's the cause? What's the fix?


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  insufficient space
Posted by: gord - 07-06-2017, 02:06 PM - Forum: Community Open Support - Replies (1)

Nothing I try to download will execute, message in insufficient space....

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  Many Templates Have 'Do Not Enter' Sign
Posted by: galleherjazz - 07-03-2017, 04:35 PM - Forum: Community Open Support - Replies (4)

Recently I am noticing that many of my templates have the international DO NOT ENTER sign beside them during my searches. When I place my cursor over the template name, it says, "Failed to load page." What does this mean? Am I doing something wrong, have a setting incorrect?

Also, how to I get torrent site templates to add to my Vuze?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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  Search Templates Please?!
Posted by: LuvVuze - 06-23-2017, 09:44 AM - Forum: Community Open Support - Replies (3)

Meta search within Vuze is worthless without search templates for torrent sites that actually have content that is current and has some value.  As someone not familiar with HTML, I am at a loss trying to follow the instructions on Vuze Wiki.  My current serch templates poin t to sites that have closed down (KAT, Extratorrent, etc.).  Can someone do the community a favor and provide search templates for the likes of EZTV, RarBg, 1337x, etc..  Your efforts would be appreciated by many people and probably avoid the mass exodus of paying members that will be coming since one of the most unique attributes of Vuze is its internal meta search and the ability to create subscriptions from the meta search.

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  BUG: Search For Existing Files... deletes matches! (DATA LOSS)
Posted by: FeRDNYC - 06-20-2017, 10:30 PM - Forum: Community Open Support - No Replies

I've discovered a rather serious bug in the "Search For Existing Files..." feature, as it exists in (I was sort of in disbelief that what I'd seen could actually be occurring, so I repeated the process a second time and confirmed that what I'm about to describe is accurate.)

The process of discovering matching files for the torrent all goes smoothly: Stop the torrent (if active), choose "Search For Existing Files..." and give it a directory to search via the file chooser, the log window appears detailing the files examined and which (if any) are matched, and the torrent's file list is updated to point to the new location for those files.

The problem occurs when any of the matched files are set to priority Delete in the torrent. If this is the case, then Vuze will respect that flag, and the moment the torrent is restarted the just-matched files will all be DELETED from their source location!

Now, it goes without saying that the point of matching existing files is never to delete them, and that Vuze should set any matches to priority "Do Not Download" when it updates the torrent's file list. But, it appears that this is not occurring, at least in, making it all too easy to accidentally wipe out large amounts of data simply by matching on priority-Delete files.

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