although the details varies depending on the application used, the general thing to do is to go to File then choose "Save As", and save the files as a new name. note: you may need to expand the menu (by clicking on the arrows pointing down at the bottom of the File menu to see the Save As choice. once its saved then you can right click the file within Explorer and choose properties and uncheck the read only box then it won't be read only anymore.
Open the file, immediately save it to somewhere on your hard disk. Then make the changes and save them to hard disk. When you're done, copy the file to a CD-RW.
Most likely : Someone else on the network is already using the file. Ask them to close it & then reopen the file. (The error message normally indicates which person is using the file.)
you can save your new game but you will lose your other file because you can only have one file per game
One possible answer could be that you didn't save the pictures into a file format that the psp can read, try looking at the file format and then look at the psp compatible files.
create a new file
you click left onto the part that says "save attachment" then you select the file where you want to save it to, you click again and it will be saved into that file.
I have read to delete the .sav file from your memory card and try another download. same here! it wont play some games. it says save data could not be found
on the menu list where it says continue game, down you will find a box that says new game you press it save and press yes and you will delete the other file and have a new file.
on spy island on the wall it says file x: read like this sideways. you can get the file x from a spy hiding in the bushes. if you read the file down it says: don't trust Dr. d ,because he is the head of the evil scheme
shut off the power when it says not to after you just replaced with new gameIt is not possible. You may only overwrite that save file. shut off the power when it says not to after you just replaced with new game shut it off when it says not to You can turn it off when it says do not turn off or you will not save filex
click the file button in the uppermost part in the screen then then click save as then find a folder where to save your file. after that there is a box in the bottom tha says file name and then type the file name of your document. then after that click the save button in the lower left part of the screen
The Rock Says:Yes. When you get done, Go to File, Scroll down to "Save Movie File",and from there,save your settings.
Try Publishing or Finishing the movie instead of Saving it.Saving only 'saves the project file'. And that feature is known to be rather persnickety on many versions of Windows Movie Maker.
I received same error message. Turned out my hdd was full. Could this be relevant to your problem?
To remove write protection from a file in Windows, first right click on the file to gain access to its properties. Then on the bottom of the box, uncheck the box that says read-only. This will allow the file to be edited by anyone who opens it.
Once you save data to a CD and burn the disk you must open the file(s) that you want and re-save them to your hard drive. Then you can make changes to the files. To save them to a CD again you will have to copy them to a fresh CD and burn that CD to save the files there.
Go to options (that little screwdriver on the tackboard) and there's an option that says erase file.
What type of file are you trying to save? Where are you trying to save it to exactly? Can you save other types of files to the same location? Can you save your file to a different location? Please describe to me exactly how you go about saving it when the problem occurs.
the file that you were deleting might be infected of a virus.
you click the file then it says go delete copy you hit delete. if it don't say i have no clue.
You could try temporarily changing the date on your computer, then either re-save the document or copy it into a new document and save that.
Make sure you save the video as a Movie File. Without doing that, it is still a WMM file instead of a playable file.
either or, there is no difference other that one saves it, and the other (open) saves it first, then opens it.
It means that something was internally wrong with the game cartridge, and the file cannot fully be retrieved, so it is an internal problem.
Go to:File>Print OR Control-P (PC)/Command-P (Mac)Rather than actually print the page, click on the button that says PDF and then click 'Save as PDF'.You can then choose where you want to save the file on your computer.