Requesting TTH

Asked by Lawrence Hand on 2014-04-02

I am using the latest version of DC ++ on Windows 8.

I have successfully downloaded many files over the last week however, now i cannot even download one.

Whenever i click a file to download i get the following:

File comes up at bottom download section as Requesting TTH.
After it has finished requesting, it sits there and does nothing but change from Idle to Requesting TTH at full green bar.

Nothing happens after this before it disappears or closes connection.

Can someone please talk me through how to rectify this issue?

Many thanks,

L

Lawrence Hand (lawrencehand1) said : #1

I am using the latest version of DC ++ on Windows 8.

I have successfully downloaded many files over the last week however, now i cannot even download one.

Whenever i click a file to download i get the following:

File comes up at bottom download section as Requesting TTH.
After it has finished requesting, it sits there and does nothing but change from Idle to Requesting TTH at full green bar.

Nothing happens after this before it disappears or closes connection.

Can someone please talk me through how to rectify this issue?

Many thanks,

L

eMTee (realprogger) said : #2

Try to download from at least 10 peers and make sure they're online and have free slots opened. If downloads still not starting follow the linked FAQ.

eMTee (realprogger) said : #3

eMTee suggests this article as an answer to your question:
FAQ #1246: “People aren't able to download certain files from me / Parts of my share keeps rehashing at every start of DC++ / I get “Full tree does not match TTH Root” or “TTH Inconsistency” messages and some of my downloads won't finish. What do I do?”.

Lawrence Hand (lawrencehand1) said : #4

None of these responses answered my problem.

I deleted the hash files and this did not work either.

I solution to the problem could only be found by uninstalling and then reinstalling the DC++.

Everything seems to be working fine now.

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