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  1. hello i was wondering if any of you knew a way to find a open port without accessing the router im currently at college theres no password for the router to get the internet but the port is blocked is there anyway to find the right port?
  2. Hello, I wish to rename the folder containing a BitComet download. For the sake of argument, let's say it is at "C:\Downloads\Torrent download". I tried to rename the folder from "Torrent download" to, say, "Foo bar", using Windows Explorer. That didn't work. So what I tried to do was using cmd.exe > Open as administrator, then: (1) cd C:\Downloads (2) ren "Torrent download" "Foo bar". It told me "Access denied". My question is: Why do I not have access rights to rename the folder containing BitComet files despite being administrator? I suspect it is something induced by BitComet. If so, any way I can bypass it? Thanks for any help in advance.
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