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Old 26.10.2013, 22:34
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Default "no permission to write to disk"

For some 'time JDownloader on the files gives me the message "no permission to write to disk", I state that I have the HD 359 GB free. Before everything worked to perfection. How can I fix this problem?
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Old 27.10.2013, 16:18
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Search the forum, there are different solutions.

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Old 17.03.2014, 18:29
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Default reason for "no permission to write to hard disc"

Ok, this thread is not really new, but it shows up in the search function.

Since some time i am living with an very unreliable internet connection. It is obvious, every time the internet connection is down (sometimes this happens every one or two minutes for some time, its a small village in a developing country) the downloads which were loading are stopped with this "no permission to write to hard disc" bug. I write "bug" because an error message telling wrong IS a bug. For hosts which can resume paused downloads (others are completely useless here) the solution is right click for context menu -> resume. Is it possible to make this automatic?

Regards, Alfred
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Old 18.03.2014, 01:35
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alfred: sorry no, as that would create infinite loop situation.
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