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My NAS 3TB hard drive either goes into sleep mode, or isn't available because I am travelling away from home. When this happens, and transmission is open, it will run an error on the 'save to location'.

If it errors, the file is remains in the default download location because the 'save to location' isn't available. When I am back on the home network, the save to location won't correct itself back to the NAS. It just stays as 'error' like it forgets what my originally specified 'save to location' was/

Does anyone know how to persist the 'save to location' and then, if it is not available at the time of saving, to just 'not save and keep it where it is' or try a second location that is using the laptops mounted internal storage?

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