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Error: Error opening destination file

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Hello,

I've just updated my autoit to the latest version, and when I try to compile a script I get this "Error: Error opening destination file".

Does anyone know what's going on?

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The destination file you're trying to compile to (myautoitscript.exe) is eather readonly or still running.

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HappyDebugger,

In my experience this error usually means that a previously compiled version of the file is actually running so AutoIt cannot write the new version.

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No there isn't any autoit scripts or compiled scripts running.

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Can Desktop be readonly?

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Yeah it can be!

Thanks!

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Well Desktop was readonly then i made it not, then it switched back again.

I've never had a problem compiling scripts on my desktop before.

Wonder why.

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I've never had a problem compiling scripts on my desktop before.

Wonder why.

Because it was read only. :)

Don't ask me why.

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