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I/O error when i try to save files


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  • 1 month later...

if you are overwriting an existing file, save it as a different name, therefore it isn't "writing to a file", rather it's "making a file".

Format your hard drive if you have a disc to install the OS again and a key. Or defrag it at least every 2-3 weeks. Also CCleaner can remove heaps of old files and make your PC run smoother, when i first used it, it removed 10 GB of bloody potato. It used to be called bloody potato Cleaner :)

Don't know if this helps, let me know :)

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