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Visual Studio .Net 2003

I'm new to visual studio.  I'm doing the basics right now.  I was wondering why every time I try and build an application it tells me "Class '<classname>' could not be created: <error> Class not registered."  Then the second error says "Unable to write to output file '<filename>': <error>".  Any help would be appreciated
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There could two possible reasons

   1. You are attempting to run a program from the CD, and so when you compile it, it is trying to create the output files on the CD, which is not possible. so error is thrown.

  2. Your hard disk is full or you have write access restrictions to the specified folder where the program is.

        So Copy the program to the folder where you have full access permissions and try to do it.
Hopefully it should work

The output filename exists and is either read-only or is currently open (e.g. running).


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