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Unable to save the resume file. Some data may...
The Resume file is in use by another instance or application and cannot be saved.
Dialog may appear differently depending on Windows style options and where it occurs.
Unable to save the resume file. Some data may be lost. Another program might have the file open, or the disk is full. Please correct this and click Retry. If you press Cancel, the resume file will not be saved.
If this problem continues to occur, it is best to create new resume files. To do this:
In the installation directory (where the utorrent.exe file resides). If either of the files Settings.dat or Resume.dat exist, delete them.
In the same directory, you'll need to create two new files that are zero bytes in length. To create each one, right click in the directory, and select New, Text Document.
Rename the file as Settings.dat
Repeat for the second file and rename as Resume.dat
Note that Explorer hides file extensions by default, so you can't rename the extension if file extensions are hidden. To unhide extensions, go to the Folder and Search options. In the View table, about 10 items down in the Advanced settings box, the option Hide extensions for known file types should not be checked. Select Ok.
FaultWire Staff Posted: 12-Jan-2010
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