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Reboot your computer and try again.
This error simply means that that file is associated with a process and is active.
identify the file name, and the press ctrl+alt+del.
open the task manager and select the processes tab. somewhere in here there is a processes that
is attached with that file.
find it and 'end process tree'
then try again
If problem persists, try booting in safe mode by hitting F12 or F8 depending on your system at startup and select 'safe mode'
if the file functions correctly then you may want to roll your system back to before you ran that file for the first time or if you are capable, you can track it down by identifying what processes are currently running and which ones appear after windows loads in regular boot mode.
Then you can begin to isolate the process and possibly the problem.
(also, make sure that the file isnt in the startup folder)
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