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Failed To Create Part File Error Failed to create part file error

#1 User is offline   jborges 

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Posted 30 June 2006 - 02:48 AM

I'm using windows xp pro sp2 and a cable internet connection.

I installed emule 0.47a and found it very easy to use but I'm getting an error when requesting to download any file I had selected from a search.

The error apears in the down left corner and reads like this: failed to create part file.


What it means? How to correct this??

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Julio Borges
Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
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Posted 30 June 2006 - 04:56 AM

Be sure your eMule has proper access permissions to it's temp-folder
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Posted 01 July 2006 - 05:34 PM

Esel4711, on Jun 30 2006, 01:56 AM, said:

Be sure your eMule has proper access permissions to it's temp-folder
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Y're right! It worked fine when I have administrator power.

Do you, or anybody else, know how can I obtain proper rights to use emule withou being system administrator???

In fact, the computer is mine. But, I have some others accounts in the same system that I would not like to give administrator power for them.

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Julio Borges
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#4 User is offline   m8h 

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Posted 01 July 2006 - 07:29 PM

Switch off the stupid Simple File Sharing option in Control Panel -> Folder Options -> View that is set in Windows by default. Then you get a new tab in the Properties dialog on all files and folders in your system (except on FAT filesystem objects), called Security. That gives you access to NTFS security settings and you can set the proper rights for all users in the system.

Remember one thing: when you remove the permissions, inherited from the parent folder and replace them with your own settings, don't forget to give full access to a user called SYSTEM, or the system processes and services (including virus protection) won't have access there.

When you mess up and loose permissions to access something as an administrator, use the Owner tab in Advanced dialog and take ownership (make yourself the owner). (You must have administrator rights to do that.)

Happy messing with your system! :cool2:

One more thing - be careful with the Deny option on permissions. Specially for user groups.

This post has been edited by m8h: 01 July 2006 - 07:32 PM

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