I am not sure what that last post was saying but this is what (seems to have) worked for me:
Go to properties of the folder you want to save files to, click advanced settings.
Change permission on the System to take away the ability to change attributes on that folder.
After researching around the theory seems to be that some program is running by the system that turns the files to read only. Different people have disabled different services depending on OS. This permission change should prevent any Local System run services from making the read-only flag change.
System Manufacturer/Model Number Self made OS windows 7 home premium 64 CPU I7 940 Motherboard ASUS P6TX58D Premium- BIOS VERSION 1402 Memory 12 GB Dominator 3 channel 1600 Graphics Card 2 each GTX 480 in SLI Sound Card Titanium Fatality Monitor(s) Displays 50 Inch Panasonic Plasma 1080P Screen Resolution 1920x1080
Keyboard mx 5500 revolution Mouse mx 5500 revolution PSU Coolermaster 1000 Case CoolerMaster 932 Cooling Coolermaster Dual fan Hard Drives Main drive OCZ Revodrive V2 240GB, 2 each 1TB WD Caviar Black, 1 each 2TB Seagate sata 3 Internet Speed 12 mb Other Info set up for 3D Blue Ray applications with a surround room of 12 speaker Definitive Technology and multi amps, main is driven by yamaha M-65
It may not be the same for everyone but I've found that by running the uTorrent installer file as an administrator, there aren't any file access problems no matter what folder or library you store torrents/completed torrents, etc. in.
System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell: XPS 420, XPS 420, XPS M1330, XPS M1330, Mini 9, Mini 10v OS Windows 7 RTM (TechNet), XP Pro x64, Vista x64, Ubuntu CPU Q6600, Q6700, T7500, T7500, N270, N270 Motherboard Dell Memory 4GB, 8GB, 4GB, 4GB, 2GB, 2GB Graphics Card ATI, nVidia, nVidia, nVidia, Intel, Intel Monitor(s) Displays Dell 2408WFP
Keyboard Logitech Wave Hard Drives A drawer full. OCZ Vertex 2x30GB in RAID 0 on my main desktop.....fast, fast, fast! Internet Speed 29 Mbps DL / .95 Mbps UL Other Info New project(9/09)...Built a low power (38-40 watts using Kill-a-Watt) Windows Home Server machine. Zotac ION (Atom 330, GeForce9400), 2GB RAM, 2x1TB Seagate 7200.12, IN WIM miniITX Case. Fits on a shelf in laundry closet, practically silent.