Re: Error saving html file

"R. C. White" <rc@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Vista does NOT like to save files in the ROOT of any drive, especially its
system drive, usually Drive C:\.

You can't prove that by me.

I had my downloads set to go to "C:\downloads" and never had a
problem... EXCEPT when I had to do a system restore and then I lost
all the downloads that had occurred since the last system restore.

I have since returned my downloads directory to the default location.

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