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cood11d2: Cannot access the file

Postby TGVv » Tue, 19 Oct 2004 00:53:04 GMT

Error: cood11d2: Cannot access the file
I use windows XP and WMP9 on a laptop. An external HD (Maxtor 160GB) is 
connected and is formatted as NTSF.
The external HD had to be checked and a lot off files were placed in 
directories under "Found.000" directory.
From this directory I could play MP3 files. I moved them to their original 
position...but from then on I get this error message.
I tried to copy them to another directory but I get the message " access 
denied, make sure the disk is not full or write protected and that the file 
is not currently in use"
When I move the files back to the "Found.000" I can not even access the 
subdirectory. Access denied message
All other mp3 files still play as normal

Any help?

RE: cood11d2: Cannot access the file

Postby TGVv » Wed, 20 Oct 2004 03:27:05 GMT

subject should have read: 0xC00D11D2: Cannot access the file





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