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My computer crashed recently and I had to put Adobe Contribute on another computer in order to update our website. There is a page of our website I can't get into, as it's telling me that I can't edit because another user (myself) is editing the page. I think I may have had a draft of this page saved when my computer crashed, so it thinks I'm still editing it. Is there any way for me to clear this so I can edit this page. I'm able to get into all my other pages, but not this one.

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Usually there will be a hidden "lock" file that will have a similar name but different extension of the web page you are trying edit. Change your view to see hidden system files and delete that file if it exists and that may help. Also rebooting the webserver may help but I would try the other way first.

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