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Hello Experts,

Sometimes when I attempt to save a .cfm file using "Ctrl-S" or "File - Save" on Dreamweaver V 7.0 and V 7.1, I get the following error...

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While executing receiveArguments in File_Save.htm, the following JavaScript error(s) occurred:

At line 75 of file "C:\Program Files\Macromedia\Dreamweaver MX 2004\Configuration\Menus\MM\File_Save.js":
exception throw in native function.
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I tried closing the dreamweaver and reopening it again, and that doesn't work.  I tried uninstalling it and reinstalling it and I get that error.  Now I have noticed that this error occurs only on some files and when the error occurs, dreamweaver adds the following file to both the local and remote folder "MFC19.tmp" and it increments to "MFC20.tmp", etc...

Finally, if I were to delete the .cfm file that I'm trying to save and paste the exact same code to a NEW file with the same name, the error goes away and it save correctly.  This is the second laptop that I'm using and have noticed the error on both laptops using two different versions of Dreamweaver.

Any help on how to fix this would be great!

Thanks,

ACE
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i had the same prob on my laptop w/ XP home.  Upgraded to XP Pro, problem resovled (fingers crossed)

But dont know the answer.

Rockman
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I think this is a bug in DW.  I haven't been able to find the true answer to this problem.  Anyone else have any ideas?
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I upgraded to XP also, but I forgot to cross my fingers; so it broke again.  :)

Thanks Anyways,

ACE
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