Transfer torrents from utorrent to qbittorrent
How to move torrent files and still get to seed them
Thank you for responding; I had suspected as much. The back was rolled back. I didn’t look into it until I was able to resolve the issue, which was when I made the message. I did a fast search but didn’t come up with anything, so my apologies. Thank you again.
I made an account specifically to look into the “import failed path does not exist or is not available” problem that appeared out of nowhere about a week ago, despite the fact that I had recently updated Qbitorrent. I wish I had done it earlier because I had been trying to find out what it was for the past two hours! Thank you so much for the suggestion! It went off without a hitch!
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My hard drive eventually crashed, but I was able to save the Users folder (Win7). What’s the best way to get the same torrents on a new Windows, but with a different Downloads root folder? I read the article Migrating Your Files to Torrent but couldn’t figure out how to get all of my previous data out of the Users folder.
There should be a folder at% APPDATA% roamingutorrent that contains all of the torrents as well as the state-information and settings that utorrent needs. You should be good to go after migrating that from your backup.
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The problem is that there are currently no new torrents added to the list, and some of them have already completed a large amount of downloads. So, if I reinstall Windows, I lose all of this development, as well as all of the torrents in the queue.
All of my torrent files are in separate drives, half-completed and completed. So reinstalling Windows (formatting C) won’t wipe anything out, but how can you say uTorrent where these unfinished files are?
When you reinstall your operating system. Install uTorrent and browse to the.torrent file. Save the torrent to the place where your data is stored (Set your download location). qTorrent will check your file(data) and restart the download where it left off.
Migrate to qbittorrent from utorrent/bittorrent [torrentbd
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