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Family Tree Maker Deluxe Edition, Version 3.0 Error encountered when writing the file C:\FTW\FTWBMP.DLL . This may have read only status; if so, the status must be changed so that the file can be over written. File: C:\ftwInst\Setup2.c Line # 1149 How can I do this?

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  • JhaganKS Jul 04, 2008

    I have XP, thanks. JMH

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You need to open my computer -> then on the top toolbar click on tools -> and folder options

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remove the x from simple file shareing, if visible.

Then go to c: drive then folder ftw and find file ftwbmp.dll right click and select properties

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you need to remove the X from the read only.

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Hello there.

Please confirm if you are using Windows 98, which this software was created for, or alternatively if you are using Windows XP.

Windows XP does not support this version of Family Tree maker, i believe it was released in 1995 so if you are using Windows XP you would need to purchase the latest Family Tree maker (2008).

Hope this helps.

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    Ryan Harron Jul 04, 2008

    Hi thanks for confirming. In that case , as i said you need to purchase the latest vesion of the software. Ekse has kindly pasted the link below my comments.

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