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I/O error 112

Posted on 2006-11-20
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Hi,
i am working on delphi 5 application. when i delete a shortcut of my application it gives 1/0 error 112.
why is it so?

regards
Sjan
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C:\>net helpmsg 112
There is not enough space on the disk.


is your recycle bin full?
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Lol. MerijnB is correct. The error is reporting one of two options:
1) Your disk is full...
2) You don't have the proper permissions to delete the file.

Since deleting a file should free diskspace instead of eat more, I assume you're dealing with a Permissions issue. Could it be that you're trying to delete a shortcut that some other user on your system created? Or did you change the permissions you have on this file?
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shortcut in use?
maybe you think you are trying to delete the shortcut when you are actually trying to delete the .EXE file while running the application.
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