Renaming Folders Containing Subfolders Error 101

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#1 : 05/06-18 18:22
Martin Hermann
Martin Hermann
Posts: 1
Hello,

I want to rename multiple folders and subfolders using the Replace method. Advanced Renamer does this only for the lowest subfolders.

For the other folders I get the error 101, I started the Advanced Renamer as an administrator that does not help.

What am I doing wrong?

Please help me!

My Version Advanced Renamer 3.82 (not registed, private use) and Windows 7 64bit

The Folders and Subfolders are in the root from C:\

Regards Martin


05/06-18 18:22
#2 : 06/06-18 11:43
Domi
Domi
Posts: 27
Reply to #1:
If you want to rename main-folders and the sub-folders, you have to do it in 2 steps. Otherwise you may get an error, because the main-folder no longer exists.
So try to rename the main-folders first, and then add thier sub-folders in another renaming action.

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06/06-18 11:43
#3 : 06/07-18 01:46
Ryan Randle
Ryan Randle
Posts: 1
Reply to #1:

Error 101 - Access Denied - Solved: Make a new folder in you C:/ drive, name it something like 'Renaming Files' and move your failing files there. Make your edits in Advanced Renamer and then move them back to your desired location.

I had my music files in my Music Folder but half of the tracks would fail. It's not an Owner issue in this case. I was already the owner but for some reason, they need to be in a new folder where your hard drive is.


06/07-18 01:46