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Can't compile script - Get an Error Message

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wickedtruth

So I have a autoit v3 script file and every time I right click and go to Compile.... It gives me an error message that says this:

The top of the message box says: Auto2exe Error

The message says: Error: Error opening the destination file.

Is there any way to fix this? I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. Thanks in advance!

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Andreik

So I have a autoit v3 script file and every time I right click and go to Compile.... It gives me an error message that says this:

The top of the message box says: Auto2exe Error

The message says: Error: Error opening the destination file.

Is there any way to fix this? I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. Thanks in advance!

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2words4uready

Happend to me.

I did the compile option in scite then it started working on reboot


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Jos

What is the script name?

Does the target EXE already exist?

Is this program running at the moment you try to compile?

Jos


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wickedtruth

You're right! All I had to do was reboot my computer and it worked! Thanks soooo much!

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