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File copy error.

I keep getting the following message...File copy error. Temp drive or output drive may be full. I do not know where to go or what to clear in order to get past this problem.

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Maybe your drive is already full, if your drive is already full try to delete the temp file or delete your unnecessary files, if not try to check the file that you are trying to copy, maybe there some associate file which have a long file name, try to rename it but copy first the original file name to notepad, and after copying rename again your file that you renamed before, if still not tell us what kind of file you want to copy.

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