Thread: [In progress] No permission to write to disk error
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Old 01.09.2009, 10:56
remi
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Cool

This is a very old problem that hasn't been solved yet.

I found another potential solution to the problem :-

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Originally Posted by search4bp View Post
interesting is also that I got last night one package with the "cannot write to hard disk" error, the file had the "part" extension and was obviously complete, so I deleted the "part" extension and the file unpacked without any flaw...
I would like to repeat and stress some of the previous solutions recommended in this forum :-

- A properly configured reconnect

- A properly configured firewall means that jdownloader.exe, java.exe and javaw.exe are excluded. Also nod32 and some other firewalls need to be configured properly. Even if you think you haven't a firewall, Windoze customers still have a Windoze firewall.

- Disable http/web scanners, whatever that means.

Also slow lines with wrong jD configuration settings (too many parallel downloades, too many connections) could mean trouble.
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