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[FONT=Arial][SIZE=14]hesiod@midcoast.com[QUOTE]

D:\ access denied with a large red dot, a white X contained within, appears along with an OK prompt. I simply strike the OK prompt and D:\ goes away with seeming no consequences. As a possible clue, I use a CD burner for my work and when I complete the burn I have told the Wizard to close the file after each burning. I assume this makes the CD compatible for review by others. I may be wrong. Of course, the file I use is CD drive D:, the D: being the closest symbol to the errant, warning logo. I am being given a warning and an option by the PC, I would like to know why and rid my PC of it. Thank you. Hesiod@midcoast.com
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