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what is i/o error 53?
where can i get a list of i/o error desciptions?
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You allready ask the same question and get a couple good answers, what more do you wont ?
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Win32 Error Codes

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/win32/hh/psdkref/errlist_9usz.asp

53 The network path was not found.  ERROR_BAD_NETPATH

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As indicated this question is a duplicate.  Deleting question.
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