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  1. A few people have posted about these issues, but nothing I've tried so far from other posts has worked. After updating, torrents stopped showing up on the torrent job list (I also stopped having the dialogue box open when I would start a new torrent). They didn't show up in the "Hidden" list until I would exit BT and then start it up again. When they did appear there, they are listed with "Error: Can't open .torrent file." I would try force re-check and opening the torrent file again, but that made no difference. Sometimes when I would remove and restart the torrent, it wouldn't even show up on the hidden list; otherwise I would have the same problems all over again. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling BT, but that's about all I know to do.
  2. I am running Bittorrent 7.10 build 43917. Two week ago I had a problem where BT would not see the D drive on my system and said something to the effect of volume not mountable. Although the drive was mountable and I could see the files, BT would not download anything. After several reboots I thought this issue was resolved. Tonight I get Error: Can't open torrent file: path and file name. I am fairly new at this BT thing but know systems. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I have attached a screen shot. Thanks in advance.
  3. Hello, I'm running BitTorrent 7.9.1 build 30739 and recently I got this error message for two torrents "Error : Former volume not mounted" Associated files are located on an external hard drive ... like others for which everything works fine ... I first try to "Relocate" each files and it works but then after I stop / restart BitTorrent this error always re-appears and now I can't just fix it with a relocation I use "Force Re-check" (OK and I can see the files using "Open containing folder") but when I start the torrent I always get this same error message Can anyone help me on this ? Thx in advance
  4. I get this error randomly on some of my downloads. I can go days, or even weeks without it happening. If i click on one of them, and click the 'download' button, they restart, but dies anyone know what this happens? It's not always the same files, and there doesn't seem to be any pattern to when it happens and to which files. My client is running on a Hyper-V Win10 x64 Pro if that makes any difference, and the drive it's saving to is a drive that is a 'network share', it's a drive that physically in the same computer, but connects to the client machine through a network share via the Hyper-V switch.
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