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Cant compile due to folder access

M K
I keep getting this message

Visual Studio could not copy a support file to this location.... Please
verify the path exists and is writeable.

I keep trying to set the read only bit on it but when i click Ok it goes
right back. I tired subfolder, even the mydocs folder too.. still read
only.

HELP!

Mark
Jun 29 '07 #1
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* M K wrote, On 29-6-2007 19:10:
I keep getting this message

Visual Studio could not copy a support file to this location.... Please
verify the path exists and is writeable.

I keep trying to set the read only bit on it but when i click Ok it goes
right back. I tired subfolder, even the mydocs folder too.. still read
only.
Are you using a form of Soruce Control system like ClearCase maybe?
Clearcase had a background process to monitor it's protected files to
make sure they're protected and stay that way.

Jesse
Jun 29 '07 #2
M K
nope.. just a C# project..
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/326549/

i did find that if i REstarted VS it went away.

strange behavior.. oh well.. it appears to be working.. would prefer a long
term solution though
"Jesse Houwing" <je***********@nospam-sogeti.nlwrote in message
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>* M K wrote, On 29-6-2007 19:10:
>I keep getting this message

Visual Studio could not copy a support file to this location.... Please
verify the path exists and is writeable.

I keep trying to set the read only bit on it but when i click Ok it goes
right back. I tired subfolder, even the mydocs folder too.. still read
only.

Are you using a form of Soruce Control system like ClearCase maybe?
Clearcase had a background process to monitor it's protected files to make
sure they're protected and stay that way.

Jesse

Jun 29 '07 #3
* M K wrote, On 29-6-2007 19:10:
I keep getting this message
Visual Studio could not copy a support file to this location.... Please
verify the path exists and is writeable.
If the error went away when you restarted visual studio, it probably
had something to do with something else trying to access the location
you wanted to write your file too.

Jun 29 '07 #4

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