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Windows 7: 'make sure file or folder not protected' message

03 Dec 2013   #1

win seven 32, win seven 64
'make sure file or folder not protected' message

hello folks, hope this is the right place. My sound is working fine, but I have a glitch when playing music and so far no-one on the music site can help me.

I use Music Bee (NOT iTunes!) and get along with it just fine, but recently - and I don't think I have changed anything - if I try to amend the lyrics, after I have changed the wording and clicked on Save, I get the message that it can't be done and to make sure the file or folder are not protected. I have checked Permissions and all the boxes are ticked for pawz as admin, I have tried unticking 'read-only' in the Music Properties, which brought the cmd window up and lots of writing flashing through, but when I went back to Music Bee I still couldn't save, and in Properties for the Music folder,the 'read-only' is back to enabled. Indeed I think that is default as the other machine also has read only enabled in folder properties. If this is a Windows problem rather than MB, Windows 7 Help Forum might have the answer, I thought, so here I am.Hope you can help

s'ok, I reset view folders in C; and that seemed to put things back as they should be Hooray!

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