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Old 2004-01-29, 01:43   Link #1
Flippy
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Question - [Errno 2] No such file or directory:C:\\Documents...

The title says the respone I'm getting ("problem getting a response info"... it also says)...I've down loaded 25 shows over the past weeks and last night I began getting that responce. I was able to d/l one thing last night following getting that respoce but today every time I tried to d/l it just gave me that responce..It wouldn't even allocate ...whats going on here...what's my problem....I'm new to BitTorrents and I'm enjoying them but I don't want to this error get in my way....some one help me out
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Old 2004-01-29, 01:51   Link #2
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Hi Flippy, I suggest you to read one of our oh-so-interesting FAQs at the top of the forums.

BT-Step-By-Step!

Additional Step: Errors


This happens when a piece of file downloaded by BitTorrent is in any way uncompatible with the file you are downloading, BitTorrent checks every bit of file, and if the file fails to pass this check, this is the error you will get, no big deal, BT will remove it and download the piece again, you have to do nothing

(this is the same for errors like 10060, 7, 10054 10055, 111)
Problem with the Tracker, in this case (look at the picture) the tracker is either down or nonexistent. Be patient, the tracker will be up soon, and you will be able to download the thing you want to download soon. This error is frequently paired with this little icon in the Animesuki main page.


For some unknown reason, Internet Explorer doesn't save the Torrent in the Temp files, and thus this error pop up.
If you want to bypass this error, just clear your temp files or use the option Save As.. and save the torrent in your HD, and then run it.
This error seem caused by the brackets in the file name, it's still a mystery anyways..


Something in your file or folder name is not coherent with the client. Remove all the japanese kanjis, or any other odd symbol in the name and folder and try again.
If you want to keep the real name of the file, just save the name with "copy" modify it into something else (Remember the extension) and paste it again once the file is completed.
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Old 2004-01-29, 01:59   Link #3
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yeah .....much thanks...I'll check it out tommorrow...oh never mind it is tommorrow.....I'll check it out when I wake up in a couple hours...If I have any other problem I'll look at the guide before I post again.
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Old 2004-02-11, 20:21   Link #4
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I had that exact problem today.

No idea wtf was causing it, even after I reinstalled BT I was getting that error message.

Just right-click and save the actual torrent file and open it that way. It works fine that way.
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