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  1. Hi MisterRider etc. I started using BitTorrent Sync a couple of days ago and immediately hit upon this problem by attempting to sync an entire secondary drive. I have read all of the above and the other topic linked to above. I don't want to get into the debate as to whether Recycle Bin and System Volume Information should be permanently included in the default .SyncIgnore file/s (I'm kinda on the fence with that one) but I'm wondering if anyone actually tried this 'workaround'. I've tried it by adding the following line to the .SyncIgnore file in the root of the drive in question.... \System Volume Information ... and various other iterations of the same text but it keeps failing to index all files due to the 'error 5' logged in the logs. I've closed BitTorrent Sync before editing the .SyncIgnore file and avoided all the other gotchas with editing this file. Kind regards, James
  2. Hi systemshock etc. I started using BitTorrent Sync a couple of days ago and immediately hit upon this problem by attempting to sync an entire secondary drive. I have read all of the above and the other topic linked to above. I don't want to get into the debate as to whether Recycle Bin and System Volume Information should be permanently included in the default .SyncIgnore file/s (I'm kinda on the fence with that one) but I'm wondering if anyone actually tried this 'workaround'? I've tried it by adding the following line to the .SyncIgnore file in the root of the drive in question.... \System Volume Information .... and various other iterations of the same text but it keeps failing to index all files due to the 'error 5' logged in the logs. I've closed BitTorrent Sync before editing the .SyncIgnore file and avoided all the other gotchas with editing this file. Kind regards, James