Never seen this computer error before.

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by KD, 19 June 2007.

  1. KD

    KD Gone fishing

    Trying to copy a file over for work and getting the message:

    Cannot copy file. The Path is too deep

    What on ^$%£$£$^£$ is that supposed to mean???:mad:

    Fat lot of good that is to me.

    %^&()%£ I'm off to bed. Perhaps the stoopid file will feel a little more inclined to takes it's pathetic little 2.5MB down the stoopid deep path in the morning.

    Night all :)
  2. AnnaNimity

    AnnaNimity Likes to lurk

    I'm no techie, but I think that operating systems have a limit on how many levels of subdirectories they will allow you to have. Could that be the problem...?
  3. KD

    KD Gone fishing

    Good thought. I wasn't in this case though. I had a sub directory with about 20 files. 19 would copy and one wouldn't.

    Never did get it to work. Will have to use the digital piano at school and play it as a midi tonight.

    The rest of the pieces have gone onto CD.


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