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Error: Write to Disk Access Denied - Troubleshooting - BitTorrent

I have downloaded Bit Torrent software and when trying to download I got an error after few seconds saying:

Error: Write to Disk Access Denied


Solving this problem is so simple:

Shut down BitTorrent program.

Go to Start and in the small search box on top of windows start button start typing Bittorrent and the program will show, right click with the mouse on the icon and Run as Administrator.

All ur problems are sorted out now and you can enjoy downloading...

Good Luck.

Comments

  1. thnx bro,,,it solved my issue...

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    1. Do you have admin privilege on the machine?

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  3. Works like a charm,
    Peace to you :D

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  4. does not Work for me either.. win 8.1 bittorrent.. tryed run as admin, and the thing with the download location ..

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  5. Work for me successfully. Good article.

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  6. Worked miraculously.
    Thanks a lot!

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  7. Hasn't worked for me so far. Windows 8.1 Bittorrent 7.10

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  8. Keep posting the good work. Some really helpful information in there. Bookmarked. Nice to see your site. Thanks! https://torrentfr.org

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  9. Didn't work for me. This issue only popped up recently one time after thousands of torrents.

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  10. Thank you for the valuable information. Also I work this category Best torrent software . Thanks a lot for enjoying this helpful article with me. Looking forward to another great article. All the best!

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