tripperdan99 Posted February 16, 2015 Report Share Posted February 16, 2015 Hello BitTorrent forum, I'm a long time user and first-time poster. I apologize in advance if I don't provide all information up front but I do appreciate anyone's help in trying to resolve my current issue. Using BitTorrent 7.8.2 (for compatibility with bakabt.me)Running Windows 7 64bit on i7, 16gig RAMSaving to Openmediavault ntfs mapped hard drives (approx 8TB).I have Plex running on the OMV for my media server.All .torrents are initially saved to a monthly folder on a separate volume, launch BT, and all torrented files are downloaded to various dedicated video folders assigned at launch. Current Issue: BT will say it has completed a file download. Yet when I go to play the media file, it fails. Upon doing a Forced Re-check it turns out that the file is only partially downloaded (varies from 20% to 80% completed). Issues I had previously that have led up to this point. Last week (after running BitTorrnet for about 6 or 7 years) I started getting excessive "Error: Invalid download state, try resuming" errors on the files I was both downloading and seeding. Some of these I'd been seeding for over 5 years straight. I hated doing this (lost my history and everything ... did back up the folder just in case I resurrect the info later) but I completely redid the BT install (v.7.8.2) The Invalid errors stopped but then I started getting the strange issue that BT said the file was finished and seeding. Yet, upon inspection the file is actually only partially downloaded and has to be redone. Questions. 1. Could the Plex server doing updates on the library be causing this issue? 2. Has anyone seen this before and might offer some ideas on how to get BitTorrent running properly again? 3. (bonus) Any idea on how I can restore my history of my seeding torrents? (not a priority part of this request). Thank you everyone and I look forward to your response. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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