[BitTorrent] Re: Fatal error, maybe two instances running? bug?

flippnjj flippnjj at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 17 14:30:52 EDT 2004


It's not a RAM problem... I had the "data corrupted on disk maybe you
have two copies running" message on OSX aswell, multiple times with
client 3.4.2 d/l-ing the same file. After downloading the same
.torrent with version 3.2.2 I had no problems. It is the client i'm
sure of....



--- In BitTorrent at yahoogroups.com, John Hoffman <theshadow at s...> wrote:

> When you tell people to run Memtest, and they tell you that Memtest 
> actually did find bad memory, then you tend to believe that the "bad 
> RAM" theory is valid.  :-P  Python implementations may be especially 
> sensitive to this, because of their constant dynamic allocation of 
> memory and because of the hash checking, but that doesn't change the 
> fact that it's a hardware fault that's causing the problem.
> 
> As for the bad DLL, I've gotten some hints that it may be related to 
> DC++, but I can't be sure.




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