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Etryeo

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Here's what happened: BitTorrent was acting all screwed up (giving me a "Access Denied" error), so i checked my downloads folder, and it seems as it was RO. Naturally, i unchecked it and applied. It didn't work, so i checked and it was still RO. After some lame-[bleep] advice from a windows site, i was adviced to uncheck the Systems permission to the folder. To make the story short, i now can't get into the folder or alter any settings in the folder, it gives me a "You currently do not have permission to blablabla". I am the administrator (only account).
Basicly, i'd like some help in regard of unlocking the folder. And, if possible, then help with how to make BitTorrent like me again.

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This is what i get when i try to change permissions.
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Alright, i just solved it myself, haha. Still, the problems with BitTorrent still exists. It downloads for a while (A couple of .1%s) then everything is reverted and gives me a Access Denied error.
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It would seem as this forum is truly an awesome savior. Problem solved, thanks.
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If that was meant as sarcasm, remember this >> we don't help anyone with problems associated with any filesharing software.
That's why your post went unanswered (read the forum rules).
Just as well, then, that you solved it yourself.
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