Dlxgp7

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  1. What I meant with that is, I installed utorrent on my "new" c drive, and passed the resume.dat from the previous driveto the new utorrent path, meaning the torrent files have the exact same path (%appdata%\utorrent)
  2. Hello, (This is sort of illegal since I am using utorrent, but I cant find anything in the utorrent forums) I got this error as I moved my torrent files from a hard drive to another (I am starting my windows drive from scratch). The error seems to be random, as only a portion of my downloaded torrents seem to be affected. I've been looking around for this error but the only solution available is to remove the torrent from the torrent client and open the .torrent file, setting the download location to the completed location and letting the program recheck the files. I don't mind doing this usually, but the problem arises when you have hundreds of these, where tracking one by one makes it heavily time-consuming, and hoping there are seeds available so the file re-checks makes the process harder I tried opening Bencode editor, but have no idea what I could or could not change. I tried comparing a resume.dat file where I re"downloaded" a torrent with an old resume.dat in which I get this error, but they look similar, with the obvious exceptions such as "download_error: Can't open .torrent file..." Is there anything I can do? Thanks