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Thread: Re: How do I tell what process owns a file?

  1. #1
    Ext User(stevenkor) Guest

    Re: How do I tell what process owns a file?

    laredotornado wrote on 07/01/2008 13:09 ET :
    > Hi,
    >
    > I'm running WinXP and trying to delete a file from my system. But
    > when I right click and select "Delete" I get the error message:
    >
    > Cannot delete .metadata:Access is denied
    > Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is
    > not currently in use.
    >
    > I have verified that the file is not write-protected and the disk is
    > not full. But I can't figure out what process is using the file in
    > question. Any ideas how to figure this out?
    >
    > Thanks, - Dave
    >

    Try " Long Path Tool " is also useful in situations where you see
    these error messages: Cannot read from source file or disk, there has been a
    sharing violation, cannot delete file or folder, the file name you specified is
    not valid or too long, the source or destination file may be in use & many
    other file managing errors that you encounter in your computing use.

  2. #2
    Ext User(Ron Hardin) Guest

    Re: How do I tell what process owns a file?

    Or try in safe mode, when a lot less is running.
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    On the internet, nobody knows you're a jerk.

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    Ext User(David H. Lipman) Guest

    Re: How do I tell what process owns a file?

    From: "stevenkor" <nospam_korsteven@gmail.com.invalid>

    > laredotornado wrote on 07/01/2008 13:09 ET :
    >> Hi,
    >>
    >> I'm running WinXP and trying to delete a file from my system. But
    >> when I right click and select "Delete" I get the error message: >
    >> Cannot delete .metadata:Access is denied
    >> Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is
    >> not currently in use.
    >>
    >> I have verified that the file is not write-protected and the disk is
    >> not full. But I can't figure out what process is using the file in
    >> question. Any ideas how to figure this out?
    >>
    >> Thanks, - Dave
    >>

    > Try " Long Path Tool " is also useful in situations where you see



    Absolutely NOT !

    This is part of a spam campaign pulling up an old posts, 07/01/2008, to
    maked it look like a legitimate answer. It isn't!

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