pogue Posted July 14, 2007 Report Share Posted July 14, 2007 Hi all,I am making the switch from Azureus to uTorrent since Azureus was using up about 99% CPU all the time. However, I've run into a small problem that I'm not sure is related to uTorrent or not. I'll start off w/ my system stats first. I'm using WinXP SP2 w/ TCPIP patch. Pentium M 2ghz, 2GB DDR RAM, nVidia Geforce 6800 w/ 64mb. I am on a Linksys WRT54GL router, however, I have Sveasoft third party firmware installed which is supposed to have the speed/cache/connect limit resolved.The problem I'm having is this:I was initially using Shareaza as my client to download torrents, ed2k, and from G1/G2 networks. However, that crapped out and I switched to Azureus, and now am using uTorrent. I installed uTorrent yesterday and merged most of my torrents successfully. The files that I had set to download were coming in fast and the files I was seeding seemed to be working fine. However, when I started up uTorrent today I noticed that a bunch of the torrents I was seeding now have red X's on them and have the error message "Error: Can't open torrent file: F:\...". When I look in that folder for the torrent, I notice that the extension has been renamed to .torrent.loaded. Now, I didn't rename the torrents to that extension, and I haven't ran Azureus or any other program that should have accessed the files since then either. I checked to make sure that the files that they were linked to were still there, but I can't figure out why they have the .loaded file extension added. Did uTorrent do this?I tried to use the RENAME.BAT file mentioned in the migration guide with the following string:@for /r %%i in (*.loaded) do @move "%%~fi" "%%~dpni"However, when I try and run that in DOS I get the error The syntax of the command is incorrect. So, I tried typing it in manually (the 'for' command at the prompt) and got the error %%i was unexpected at this time. So, what should I do? There are a lot of torrents I would have to manually rename and I'm not sure what caused this or if it will happen again, so any help would be appreciated.Thanks in advance,pogue Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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