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to find episodes of TV shows I missed (which I promptly delete) or to download open source programs (I never use it for anything illegal of course ;). Anyway, a few vuze disk write error flush fails open fails file not found weeks ago I downloaded a few torrents and started them in Azureus. I vuze error open fails file not found access denied was headed out of town for about 10 days and was going to leave my computer running while gone so I vuze disk read error flush inconsistent entry length position wrong could access any files I needed. With the torrents I downloaded running, my computer would have something to do for the 10 days I'd be gone. But no sooner had I walked out the door and gotten a chance to check on my computer then I started noticing some strange errors in Azureus. I was suspicious at first that it may have to do with the fact that I was downloading a whole bunch of torrents and may have run out of hard drive space on my "torrent" drive (an old 80gb drive used just for torrents). I checked the drive space and it was getting low, so I stopped a few of the torrents, deleted the files they had downloaded, and figured that would solve the problem, freeing up some space. No such luck. The next time I logged into my computer I found the same errors. There are, in fact, two separate errors that pop up and I wasn't really sure what was going on. The first error says: File close fails: D:\torrents\**************** (The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process), open fails, flush fails The second error says: Disk read error - D:\torrents\******************* (The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process), open fails If you look closely at the error messages, the error is on a specific part of the torrent that is being downloaded (in this case they are .avi files). I wasn't sure what the problem was, but continued to think that it may just be these particular torrents since I had never had this problem before or it may be tied to my earlier problem with the hard drive being too full. Either way, if I stopped the torrent and then started it again, th

the file because it is being used by another process), open failsFile close fails: [filename] (The process cannot access the file because it is being used by another process), open fails, flush failsAre you also running Google Desktop?If you answered yes to both of these questions, you're probably really glad you found this article! And you should be, because I can fix your problem.These errors are saying that another program has one of the files you're downloading open, so it can't access it to continue downloading. http://www.ryananddebi.com/2007/07/26/how-to-fix-the-azureus-file-close-fails-errors/ If you're like me, it's that Google Desktop has that file open to index it. All you have to do is follow these simple steps to tell Google Desktop to not index the folder(s) you download your torrents to:Right-click on the Google Desktop icon in your task bar (the rainbow-colored circle near your system clock.)Select Preferences...In the Web page that opens, under "Don't Search These http://devblog.grinn.net/2007/07/how-to-fix-azureus-disk-read-error.html Items", click the "Add file or folder to exclude" link.From the resulting dialog, browse to the folder where you normally save the files you download with Azureus and click Ok.Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each folder you normally save files in, if applicable.Click Save Preferences at the bottom of the Web page.Send me money. (I'm guessing since you use Azureus you probably will skip this step.)This should also correct the issue where the DivX Settings Manager icon comes up in your system tray all the time while you're downloading avi's - if you have it. If it doesn't, then try this fix (using Azureus.exe as the value.) You may have to run "divxsm /unregister" then "divxsm /register" in a command prompt to reset the thing and get it to stop.It's likely that this will fix similar issues experienced on other P2P file sharing clients such as Kazaa or Shareaza.Read: Genesoc (probably down)Read: P2P Forum Italia (in Italian)Labels: Bitching, Tips

posted by Grinn @ 3:30 PM 11 comments 11 Comments: At 11/3/07, 5:23 PM, Mad Dog said... Cool! Thanks! At 11/20/07, 1:00 AM, Azam said... Thanks for the use

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