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Transmission checking existing files taking forever!!!


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Okay, ive searched online for the solutions, but most of the articles ive read involve an external HD. My files are all located on my MBP itself. But yet i get stuff like that below. Its taking ages and i have no idea why. Im using 1.90 of transmission HELP!!!!

It was fine the entire day, and suddenly this happens.

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If you are reading from one drive and writing to a second and expect ONE head to write 6 files at a time, you are expecting a lot. Do one at at time and the speed will increase. the other option, is to start the process and go to bed. :-)
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no im not reading from one drive to another. its all in one single drive. thats wad i did. start it and go to bed. but it didnt use to have this problem. until yesterday. now when i pause, some will go into 'checking existing file' mode. which again, didnt use to happen for the past year or so
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