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Old Feb 15, 2005, 07:10 PM
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If what you people in this forum works to get ridd of the error, i must thank u for helping with the bittorrent problem
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Old Mar 22, 2005, 12:36 PM
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The Permission Denied error happens when another process has locked on to a portion of a file (or files) within the download in question. This may be another filesharing program if you share a common folder for downloads/uploads and run more than one P2P prog simultaneously, but it is most likely to be a 'hung' BitTorrent process clinging on for its life in the background, after a crash or drive error. Check the Task Manager for hung BitTorrent processes (btdownloadgui.exe), close them and you should regain access to the files.
Alternatively, a reboot will gain you access to all files and if any are corrupt, the Checkdisk will probably fix them.

If you use BitTornado or some other GUI, you might not notice it as you quit&restart the download, no remaining 'dead' icons show in the system tray, but the actual BitTornado process may still remain, locking access to the file, which is why the files sometimes show a permission error even if you try to copy/move/delete them.

If you have a power-out while writing to the drive and there is a corrupt file you will also get the message, in which case Enigmus' advice should do the trick, to copy all working files to a new folder, or fix then delete the dodgy file(s) in question.

Likewise, if you run out of drive space halfway through a download, BitTorrent will stop downloading, so you must quit and restart the GUI you're running, end the BitTorrent process, then just run the torrentlink again after some space has been freed. Just quitting and restarting the BitTornado GUI will give you the "Permission Denied" error.
 

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