Jump to content

Complete Torrents Moving to Complete folder under Incomplete Subfolder


IdleByte

Recommended Posts

I have my torrents move to a "Complete" Folder. While they are downloading, they stay in "Incomplete". Pretty simple... Random Torrents, when the complete, are moving to my "Complete" folder, but into an "Incomplete" subfolder. So utorrent created a folder "Complete\Incomplete" and is moving completely downloaded and in tact files into this "Incomplete" subfolder under the "Complete" folder. o.O

This is kind of wierd. It's a hard thing to search for and I can't find any other posts about it. I'm running 1.8.

Idle

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Really, so it's not an all-or-nothing? Is it FOLDERS which get moved to \Complete\Incomplete\FOLDER ? Or what about files? :/ First I'd change the spaces to either _ or something else. Also I'd use http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?id=31306 to find/replace old\pathname -> new\pathname

Is there any rhyme or reason to it? I'd also backup resume.dat and update 1.8 -> 1.8.1

Link to comment
Share on other sites

So far it has only effected Files individualy, no "Complete\Incomplete\PATH\FILE" has happened. But files that belonged in a folder named after the torrent were moved to incomplete without their host folder. Thats what prompted the "WHERE THE $&%* DID MY 6GB-5 DAY DOWNLOAD JUST GO?!?!?!" and then this post :) I had a few other torrents in there that I didn't pay attention to their final resting place and didn't miss until I looked for the above mentioned torrent and couldn't find it. So finding them was just icing on the cake I would of undoubtedly been looking to eat later...

And as far as patterns go I haven't been able to discern any. Some completed files go to "Complete" like they are supposed too(Files and folders alike), and on occasion I have to check "complete\Incomplete" to see if a torrent I can't find in complete or incomplete is there.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
×
×
  • Create New...