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Cd error messages

This used to work but now I get these messages whenever I try to save something on my CD.

Cannot create or replace (file name) access is denied.
Make sure the file is not full or write protected and that the file is not currently in use.

How did this happen and what do I have to do to make this error go away and work correctly.

Thank you, Charles
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  • lameduck Nov 02, 2007

    No this does not work. It happens with all files. None are open or being used.

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Try to check if the file you want to copy currently used by the other application. You can check you task manager by pressing together the CTRL+ALT+DEL button.

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