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error..unable to find the required file..Netscape.LCK!

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This comes up whenever I try to double click on a program that has audio/ video.
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Click on Start, Find, Find Files or folders.
Search for Netscape.LCK

Chances are the file was accidentally deleted.  I'm going by the assumption that you are clicking on an audio or video file from within Netscape.  I'm currently running two different versions of Netscape.  One is Netscape 4.05 and the other appears to be a lower version which is provided by my bank.  Anyway, the Netscape version provided by my bank is the encrypted version and has this file present on the directory where this particular version of Netscape installed to.

If the file is not present, my suggestion is to uninstall and re-install Netscape and see if this file gets re-created.

Hope this helps.  
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by:smeebud
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msstree, please let me know if you've got your problem fixed?

Regards
Bud
http://www.geocities.com/~budallen/
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