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randaree15

Error: Write to Disk Access Denied

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Hey I've been using BitTorrent for several months now and have never had any problems until I installed the 7.7 version. Since installing the update every torrent I download gets to about .5% then stops and the Error: Write to Disk Access Denied shows up. I have looked at other posts and tried changing the security settings on my downloads folder but it still doesn't work. My laptop has Windows 7 system. Please someone help me.

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What kind of file does it have to be in order for me to attach it because I have it saved as a pdf file but it keeps saying-Error The server returned an error during upload

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Our server has had a long-standing misconfiguration for attaching files. Upload the image to somewhere like imageshack and link it here.

Do NOT use pdf.

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Did you go into advanced and force ownership on the child objects?

Are you running BitTorrent as administrator? (You shouldn't be)

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No I didn't change anything since the user already had full control. And what exactly do you mean by running BitTorrent as administrator?

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I had this same problem today while downloading movies and i simply changed the download folder in the 'set download location' option in utorrent

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hey i have the same problem accept i have windows xp i have tryed thr admisitrator thing and i have tryed to check the download file can somone please help me

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I had this same problem today while downloading movies and i simply changed the download folder in the 'set download location' option in utorrent

I did the same thing as you and It's working. No error is shown.

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